Authors: Jean Louis Van Belle
This draft for a book brings all of the ideas in my papers together in one (hopefully) consistent volume. These papers basically explore Dirac's dissatisfaction with the theory he helped to create, as expressed in his very last paper, which was published in 1984 - just before he died. The title of this last paper of this genius had a rather significant title: the Inadequacies of Quantum Field Theory. And this one line may sum it all up: "These rules of renormalization give, surprisingly, excessively good agreement with experiments. Most physicists say that these working rules are, therefore, correct. I feel that is not an adequate reason. Just because the results happen to be in agreement with observation does not prove that one's theory is correct." This book tries to show that the Zitterbewegung interpretation of QM offers a viable alternative.
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