Quantum Physics

   

Refutation of the Spin-Statistics Theorem

Authors: Colin James III

Abstract: We evaluate the spin-statistics theorem assuming two variables are not equivalent for the equations of commute and anti-commute fields. The equations are logically equivalent meaning the status of the two variables is irrelevant and unnecessary. Therefore the theorem is refuted, casting doubt on the logical foundations of QFT.

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