Do Elementary Particles "Jiggle" Like Atoms?by Islam Hassan Tags: atoms, elementary, jiggle, particles 

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This "Jiggling" is called de Broglie's clock or zitterbewegung and can be now directly observed  see for example nice Hestenes paper about it: http://www.fqxi.org/data/essayconte..._time_essa.pdf




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