I've been writing a paper on Relativistic Quantum Mechanics. I'm still writing, but I think some of the results I have so far are interesting enough to show around. I've shown this to some Physics Professors I know plus a Physics grad in Tehran has agreed to take a look, but I thought I should cast a wider net. I'm not looking for anyone to tell me the results are correct or physically valid, but only that it is a serious attempt. I would like to find a sponsor so that I can publish in the quantum mechanics section of ArXiv.org. In my paper I have proposed a Lorentz invariant Schrödinger equation for a scalar wave function, which separates into the ordinary time independent Schrödinger equation. With the Lorentz invariant equation I obtained a probability density 4-current, and I am currently working on the section on relativistic angular momentum operators which is where I've left off while I hit the books in order to proceed further. Here's a link to my paper which is currently 110 pages.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

http://home.comcast.net/~smka2436/Relativistic Quantum Mechanics 5.18.09.pdf [Broken]

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