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Bah. We're being told this over and over again. Then the game guy invents operators to extract momentum and energy from wavefunction, thenputs them inNewtwon equation! He's saying exactly this:

[tex]\frac{p^2}{2m} + V = E[/tex]

Should I look amazed when this equation is consistent with [tex]\frac{d<p>}{dt} = <-\frac{dV}{dr}>[/tex]. It has a name BTW, Ehrenfest's theorem. Aside from what a great discovery this is, what Dirac wrote seems just to be relativistic version of it. Put operators in [tex]E^2 - (pc)^2 - (mc^2)^2 = 0[/tex]. With some tricks to make it linear.

And why are quantum teachers are proudly (I simply hate the look in their face, when pleasured by uncertainty) trying to sell us: "you can Not derieve Schrödinger equation any way, it is a fundamental law of nature!"

Then I stare blankly at them and say: "What I'm saying right now is wrong."

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