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Topic: Quantum theory and Spin.
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sadovnik socratus

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Quantum theory and Spin.
Posted: Jun 2, 2013 7:06 AM
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Quantum theory and Spin.
Spin changes 'virtual ' particles into real particles.
Spin ( h) creates Inertia ( straight movement)
and therefore spin ( h=1) is equal to speed ( c=1).
And another spin (h*=h/2pi) creates rotating movement
of quantum particles and therefore quantum particles
have very high frequency.
Spin is also responsible for appearance of mass.
Spinning quantum particle can change surrounding space.

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