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The Uncertainties of the Uncertainty Principle, Part 1:
Improbable Certainty and the Inconsistencies of Quantum Mechanics
(a counterpoint to Feynman's Lecture)

by Correa, Paulo N. & Correa, Alexandra N.
Aurora Biophysics Research Institute

J Aetherom Res, Volume 2, Issue 7 (November 2010),  pp. 1-28

Article ID:   JAR02-07-01

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Unlike other physical theories, Aetherometry claims that the wave interference phenomena of massbound particles is caused by the diffraction of the electric waves of their kinetic energy, and not by a much misunderstood particle-wave duality. The new analytical treatment proposes that kinetic energy is captured field energy adapted to the inertial and magnetic constraints of massbound charges. The coincidence of two independent, nonclassical and nonrelativistic analyses - one inertial and the other electric - in the determination of the experimentally observed de Broglie wavelengths and momenta of electrons and massbound charges highlights the central contention that the paths of the accelerated charges in a beam are electric functions of its kinetic energy, and reflect in part the more fundamental interference properties of the underlying flux of a massfree electric field. Conversely, the interference properties of photons only directly reflect the interference properties of moving but decelerating charges. Written as an antidote to Richard Feynman's famous lecture, the present communication suggests that there is a method, after all, to count how many electrons pass through a slit, in a double-slit experiment.