Development of Quantum Physics – Theory and Experiment
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The progress in the modern technology branches – nanoelectronics, spintronics, developing of the use of various quantum physics phenomena, the successes in the elaboration of logic quantum systems including quantum computers and quantum communication systems require the corresponding development of the quantum theory.
The recent mathematical proof of two main postulates of quantum mechanics and commutation relations [in the Schroedinger and Heisenberg formulations of quantum mechanics] is the direct indication that the foundations of the quantum theory are firm and reliable. However, it is not true for its probabilistic treatise, proposed by Born, just the only the given version is used at present, which leads often to erroneous physical conclusions sometimes to a mystical treatise of experimental results like to those proposed recently by Oxford research group, consisting in that that the quasiparticle of a nanoscale size - phonon - belongs simultaneously to two different diamond crystals, which were distanced from each other in 15 cm.
The recent experimental discovery of Higgs boson and West-East anisotropy of light velocity relatively the Earth laboratories at nearly 8 km/sec leads in fact to the conclusion that the modern quantum theory has to be in fact the quantum field theory which, in particular, is underlying the Standard Model of elementary particles. The experiments with nanoobjects and with fast running processes [femtosecond and shorter] have to be interpreted by the given developed version [versions] of quantum theory that in its turn will stimulate its development.