So how does this theory deal with the fact that Quantum Computers are built and working?
How do you explain superposition and/or collapse of wavefunction without photons?
I like your theory from what I've read. It makes intuitive sense. But I feel like the experimental evidence for quantum wierdness, is too overwhelming.
Like too much, to just say hey I got rid of photons over here.....so no more need for QM and its strangeness/non-locality anymore.
So many things rely on those features, and if your theory just gets rid of them because theyre "not real", then why are hundreds of companies investing in Quantum Computing.
Surely these computers wouldn't work, if what you say is actually true.
1) I don't want to be too cute here, but.... According to Wikipedia,
"As of 2017, ..quantum computational operations were executed on a very small number of quantum bits..."
Imagine, in 1971, if Intel had announced...
"We have spent millions of dollars and now have binary operations on a very small number of binary bits!!!" Ha!
2) Now, superposition... Superposition is fine. As far as I know, two electric fields or two magnetic fields add linearly just fine.
3) There are no wave functions. Electrons are not waves. Light is not particles.
4) Yes, "..so no more need for QM and its strangeness/non-locality anymore." Correct!!
5) QM has failed. Like I showed in the previous posts. For example, in the photoelectric effect, the photoelectrons are ejected sideways, perpendicular to the light.
QM has failed here, as QM would predict a forward ejection of the electrons. Further, the photoelectrons are ejected sideways along the polarization of the light.
QM has failed here as well, since QM cannot predict this. There is more.
5) Those "quantum computers will not work". Correct.
Holoverse. You see, you cannot just say that QM has failed and have any credibility (e.g. Einstein). You must replace it, which is precisely what we have done.
Andrew Ancel Gray
Edited by andrewgray, 07 July 2017 - 09:42 PM.