References: Griffiths, David J. (2005), Introduction to Quantum Mechanics, 2nd Edition; Pearson Education – Problem 8.14.

As another example of applying the WKB approximation to a 3-d problem with a… 177 more words

References: Griffiths, David J. (2005), Introduction to Quantum Mechanics, 2nd Edition; Pearson Education – Problem 8.14.

As another example of applying the WKB approximation to a 3-d problem with a… 177 more words

I have been occasionally following Nassim Haramein over the last 3 or 4 years, as time allows. His view of our universe based on theoretical physics and mathematics is world changing! 106 more words

Or maybe you took a wrong turn along the way. In my case, I think it was a right one, a miraculous detour, even. But every once in awhile something glimmers in the rearview mirror of my consciousness, and I can almost see that alternate life (or, depending on your beliefs about the universe and time and general grasp of quantum mechanics, parallel life). 45 more words

References: Griffiths, David J. (2005), Introduction to Quantum Mechanics, 2nd Edition; Pearson Education – Problem 8.13.

So far, we’ve applied the WKB approximation to one-dimensional potential problems. 324 more words

Quantum Mechanics Done Right? – This article in Wired (originally from Quanta) talks about another theory of how quantum mechanics functions. While it seems a dubious theory, I was disappointed to read that others who challenge the orthodoxy of current theory are attacked and denied funding for their ideas. 91 more words

References: Griffiths, David J. (2005), Introduction to Quantum Mechanics, 2nd Edition; Pearson Education – Problem 8.12.

We’ve seen that if we apply the WKB approximation… 225 more words

** Parallel Universe…possible or not? Quantum leaping or jumping some say they do it, myself I’d like some proof. In the area of the Bermuda Triangle, I will say some strange things have happened there, without adequate explanation as far as I’m concerned.** 694 more words