Experimental Quantum Transition Physics:A Necessary Heretical Postulate. There are some simple, if not heretical, postulates of physics either unknown to, avoided or ignored by the vast host of those using Quantum Theory in their theorizing. The following is simple in concept, far less complex than its implications. The simplest Stern-Gerlach experiment has a +S state particle, created from an S oriented SG segment ‘up’ in the lab frame, with motion direction indicator “+” , which predicts the + channel will be used when passing through an S segment. Here we describe the simple +S base state particle transitioning through a T segment, identical to the S segment but rotated around the direction of travel of the particle. This demonstrated process shows a +S state particle polarized to one of three possible T channels and exiting as a +S particle, “as if the T segment were not there”. (See Feynman’s “Lectures on Physics” Vol. III Chapter 5 and see the http://frontiernet.net/~mgh1/ tutorial). The transition is described simply as S → T’ → S. The symbols mean two events. First is the event of polarization of the S particle transitioning from a field free region into a magnetic field gradient segment. The second event is depolarization when transitioning from the field region to the field free region. We see a perturbed compass needle return slavishly to north due to the force of the earth’s magnetic field. In the present case the magnetic spin vector initially polarized “up” with respect to the lab frame, is reoriented to the direction of the T segment frame during polarization. Finally, the magnetic spin vector is reoriented back to the S direction when leaving the influence of the field. We know of the earth’s magnetic force, but our particle retained sufficient internal processing posture such that the release of the field forces “drove” the spin vector back to the S direction. Somewhere internal to the particle there is a gyro magnetic memory machine. Clearly, the descriptions of S and T are incomplete. Those elements of the S state that are missing in the statement are those elements guaranteeing the reformation of the S state, the orientation of the magnetic spin vector. The elements are not observed. These elements are nonlocal. Arbitrarily we call these 00 such that +S = S(100) similarly for the 0 and – states (010) and (001) respectively, Therefore, S → T’ = S → T(00). We make no physical implications of these nonlocal elements, these unobserved elements. While our “00” notation may refer to “two” positions in S, it is only one position in T as written, so we write T as, T(1 00 00[T]) for an arbitrary +T state, indicating the hybrid and unstable temporary nature of the T state during transition through the SG T segment. We note the un-implied physical affect of our added nonlocal elements. We also note the arbitrary survival of the 00, the unperturbed elements, “over” the late coming “00[T]” elements. When exiting the field we simply unwrap the polarized particle as, T(1 00 00[T]) → (_00 _ _) → S(00) ═ S(100) = S. The ‘underscores’ emphasize the step nature of the process and the nonlocal nature of the guarantors of the soon to be reformed S state. Nonlocality is a “real” affect, then nonlocal channels of nonlocal elements meet with observed elements, such that the “up” indicated motion of the particle through the + channel in an S segment is manifest, or said another way, the +S state is manifest, or observed. The local/nonlocal connection is a vitally real aspect of quantum transition functions, it is a basic function, the guarantor of observed reality, the nonlocal elements of the observed state, the channels into lala land stare us in the face. The spin 1 particle is an inertial platform, a gyrocompass; an entity that can remember which way is “up”, literally. The unobserved, nonlocal elements of S are sufficient to drive the depolarized state to its prepolarized beginning. The observed +S state is the upward motion, use of the + channel, of the particle when passing through an S segment. But, to call these elements “random and wildly oscillating” probability functions, or the “X,Y” components as generally understood and used in quantum theory, is not to describe the nonlocal elements referred to here. Nonlocal quantum states perfectly reform the +S state, as guarantors of the return to the S direction of the spin-1 particle magnetic spin vector. This process is not a wildly crazy kind of activity, but is rational, clear, and simple. Certainly, quantum theory has no operational postulate even suggesting characteristics of the spin-1 particle shown here. The foregoing is non-quantum mechanical theory. The SG experiments describe Mother Nature with her most open and generous invitation; to explore her most treasured secrets - And who would deny a man these things that take from the path but a bit of the loneliness? Just when you think you have it all worked out – “All skill is in vain when an angel pisses on your flintlock.” Anon.