# Quantum Physics

## 1009 Submissions

[3] **viXra:1009.0060 [pdf]**
*submitted on 20 Sep 2010*

### The Erasure of Systems at the Quantum Level: a Comment on Arxiv:1009.1630

**Authors:** Ron Bourgoin

**Comments:** 2 pages

The authors of Arxiv:1009.1630 demonstrate by theoretical
arguments that systems at the quantum level can be erased with
energy release to boot. In other words, erasure, once instigated,
avalanches with a burst of energy. Energy is fed to the system to
initiate erasure, but, once begun, erasing continues on its own.
Could it be that UFOs have this ability to self-disrupt as a means
of aborting a mission? The authors restrain their quantum system
from runaway collapse, but, in nature, a collapse, once begun, is
uncontrollable and irreversible.

**Category:** Quantum Physics

[2] **viXra:1009.0050 [pdf]**
*submitted on 14 Sep 2010*

### A Newtonian Message for Quantization

**Authors:** Nicolae Mazilu

**Comments:** 16 pages

The dynamic equations related to Kepler motion are scale-invariant. This means that the
dynamical model is universal: it works on the same principles at the micro level as well
as at the macro level. Why then quantization? Is it telling something we couldn't read
in the classical physics? The answer is negative: both the microcosm and the macrocosm
show the same type of phenomena that could be taken into consideration by the classical
theory. The only thing worth considering from the side of quantum revolution is the
inspiration it could bring, in astrophysics for instance. This was lost, however, due
to the artificial dichotomy of our spirit.

**Category:** Quantum Physics

[1] **viXra:1009.0005 [pdf]**
*submitted on 2 Sep 2010*

### A Case Against the First Quantization

**Authors:** Nicolae Mazilu

**Comments:**
15 pages

The blackbody radiation is an open problem, in the sense that there is no classical counterpart
to describe the spectrum in physical terms. The usual derivation of Planck implicitly assumes
that the spectral density is a mean for a special kind of exponential distributions. There is
however a case where the classical statistics makes sense for the spectrum, if we consider the
spectral density as a probability density for the values of the frequency at a certain
temperature. We show here this case and illustrate it on contemporary COBE-FIRAS data, pointing
out to a special tensor nature of the cosmic background radiation. Some conclusions about the
measurement process and about the progress in general are drawn.

**Category:** Quantum Physics