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Loren Booda

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An interchange between variable action and Planck's constant in

conventional wavefunctions represents a spectrum of virtual states

that invert standard eigennumber solutions. The resultant "inverse

wavefunctions" predict discrete values for virtual actions (in general

those less than or equal to 2h). The inverse (virtual) wavefunction

obeys both the de Broglie and Einstein postulates, and can be

expressed in a linear Schroedinger equation. Conventional (real) and

virtual wavefunctions may interfere to generate the family of

subatomic particles from associated superstring vibration and winding

numbers. The virtual wavefunction endows phase space with information

nested locally (=<2h), yet prerequisite for seeming non-local

correlations. That real and virtual wavefunctions evolve from a

common phase space origin helps to explain this anomaly.

I simply ask you, especially those familiar with quantum field theory,

whether the virtual wavefunction could be a valid concept. More

details describing this overlooked modification to quantum mechanics

can be found in the first article of my website at

http://www.quantumdream.net

conventional wavefunctions represents a spectrum of virtual states

that invert standard eigennumber solutions. The resultant "inverse

wavefunctions" predict discrete values for virtual actions (in general

those less than or equal to 2h). The inverse (virtual) wavefunction

obeys both the de Broglie and Einstein postulates, and can be

expressed in a linear Schroedinger equation. Conventional (real) and

virtual wavefunctions may interfere to generate the family of

subatomic particles from associated superstring vibration and winding

numbers. The virtual wavefunction endows phase space with information

nested locally (=<2h), yet prerequisite for seeming non-local

correlations. That real and virtual wavefunctions evolve from a

common phase space origin helps to explain this anomaly.

I simply ask you, especially those familiar with quantum field theory,

whether the virtual wavefunction could be a valid concept. More

details describing this overlooked modification to quantum mechanics

can be found in the first article of my website at

http://www.quantumdream.net

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