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1. General Term: Quantum Field Theory
Quantum Field Theory A theory developed by Paul Dirac in 1927 that explains the apparent paradox of wave/particle duality, by identifying a wave with the superposition of an indefinite number of particles. For example, if a wave
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2. Biography: Steven Weinberg
recently Dreams of a Final Theory. He has written a textbook The Quantum Theory of Fields, Vol. I. and Vol. II. Search for Steven Weinberg Biography Index Next >
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3. General Term: Bohr, Niels (1885-1962)
He was the founder of atomic quantum theory and the Copenhagen interpretation of quantum physics. His theory denied the possibility of a unified, observer-independent field. His own interpretation, the heart of his Copenhagen philosophy,
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4. Physics Topic: Physics and Cosmology in the 20th Century
Bang cosmology. Meanwhile quantum mechanics, when united with special relativity (1930), produced relativistic quantum mechanics / quantum field theory , and eventually to particle physics , in which electromagnetism and the weak nuclear force
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5. Divine Action Topic: Wildman, Wesley J. and Robert John Russell. “Chaos...
on the testing of chaos theory due to the peculiar nature of chaotic randomness. In this sense, chaos theory places a fundamental and unexpected new limit on how well the hypothesis of metaphysical determinism can be supported. On the basis
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6. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: Different Understandings of Chance
of events governed by quantum theory . Quantum mechanics, as usually understood, implies that these outcomes are not determinate until they occur - they can only be expressed in terms of probabilities. Not only is our knowledge of systems
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7. Biography: Russell Stannard
and Uncle Albert and the Quantum Quest ) which covers the work of Einstein - the special and general theories of relativity, together with quantum theory - in a way that is accessible to children of 10+. The last book in the series was
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8. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: A Classification of Theories of Divine A...
of PollardÂ’s that quantum theory offers the pertinent gaps [see quantum-based proposals on divine action ] process theologians who postulate that the course of development of every entity is particularly exposed to the
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9. Biography: Paul Davies
the nature of time and quantum field theory . Davies is well known as the winner of the 1995 Templeton Prize - the world's largest annual prize - for his work on science and religion. In addition to his research, Professor Davies is well
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