The quantum is attributed to resonance in the atom or molecule. The point particle is contrary to scattering and spin experiments. A finite-size particle model provides a physical explanation for particle characteristics. It is concluded that these assumptions of quantum mechanics are not based on a solid experimental foundation.
Creationism, quantum mechanics, critique, fundamental, assumptions
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Gaskill, Philip B.
"A Critique of the Fundamental Assumptions of Quantum Mechanics,"
Proceedings of the International Conference on Creationism: Vol. 2, Article 19.
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