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a Hunter, Geoffrey
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a Causality and Locality in Modern Physics
h Elektronische Ressource
b Proceedings of a Symposium in honour of JeanPierre Vigier
c edited by Geoffrey Hunter, Stanley Jeffers, JeanPierre Vigier

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a Dordrecht
b Springer Netherlands
c 1998, 1998

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a X, 502 p
b online resource

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a or, CoEfficient Fields  Are the Bader Laplacian and the Bohm Quantum Potential Equivalent 

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a Possible Consequences of an Extended Charged Particle Model in Electromagnetic Theory  AstrophysicsCosmology  The Origin of Cosmological Redshift in Spin Exchange Vacuum Compactification and Nonzero Rest Mass Photon Anisotropy  NonLocality, Complementarity and Cosmology  The Planck Mass as a Fundamental Entity for Particle Structure and Cosmology  Causality & Locality in Multiverse Solutions of the Einstein Equations  AharonovBohm Effect  Proposal of a New Kind of AharonovBohm Effect  Generalized AharonovBohm Effect  AharonovBohm Effect Induced by Light  ElectroDynamics  Maxwell’s Equations in ThreeDimensional Space  Causality & Nonlocality in Problem of Radiative Damping of Electron  Hierarchic Theory of Oscillations and Waves and Its Application to Nonlinear Problems of Relativistic Electrodynamics  Electromagnetic Theory with SpaceCharges in Vacuo 

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a The Relativistic Kinematics of the De Broglie Phase Wave  Classical Embeddings of Schrodinger’s Equation and NonLocality  WavePacket Model and MachZehnderType Interferometers  Causality & Nonlocality as Axioms for Quantum Mechanics  Bell’s Inequality Violation and Localization  The Physical Consequences of a New Version of the Dirac Equation  Beyond BohmVigier Quantum Mechanics  Why TwoPhoton but Not Two Photons  NonLinear Schrödinger Equation, Burger’s Equation and Superposition of Solutions  Can a Falling Tree Make a Noise in Two Forests at the Same Time?  Connection Between Classical and Quantum Descriptions of Evolution  Additional Articles  A Minimal Local Extension of the Quantum Formalism  Deterministic Explanation of Quantum Mechanics — Two Photon “Ghost” Diffraction Calculations  Some Properties of a Regularized Classical Electromagnetic SelfInteraction  Papers not Included in the Proceedings  Author Index

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a Dark Matter and Observable Gravitons  The Vigier Pinch  The ZeroPoint Field and Inertia  Electromagnetic Vacuum and Inertial Mass  Light and Photons  Shedding Light on Light  Quantum Phase of Light via Spin of Photons  Neither Particlelike nor Wavelike Behaviour of a Photon  EPR, Magic and the Nature of Light  The MassConnected Photon  Mathematical Physics  Superluminal Transformations in Spacetimes of Definite Metric 

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a Quantum Physics

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a Quantum field theory

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a Elementary particles (Physics)

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a Elementary Particles, Quantum Field Theory

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a Quantum physics

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a Astrophysics and Astroparticles

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a Physics

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a Astrophysics

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a Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics

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a Jeffers, Stanley
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a Vigier, JeanPierre
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a Fundamental Theories of Physics, An International Book Series on The Fundamental Theories of Physics: Their Clarification, Development and Application

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a The Symposium entitled: Causality and Locality in Modern Physics and As tronomy: Open Questions and Possible Solutions was held at York University, Toronto, during the last week of August 1997. It was a sequel to a similar sym posium entitled: The Present Status of the Quantum Theory of Light held at the same venue in August 1995. These symposia came about as a result of discussions between Professor Stanley Jeffers and colleagues on the International Organizing Committee. Professor Jeffers was the executive local organizer of the symposia. The 1997 symposium attracted over 120 participants representing 26 different countries and academic institutions. The broad theme of both symposia was the enigma of modern physics: the nonlocal, and possibly superluminal interactions implied by quantum mechanics, the structure of fundamental particles including the photon, the reconciliation of quantum mechanics with the theory of relativity, and the nature of gravity and inertia. JeanPierre Vigier was the guest of honour at both symposia. He was a lively contributor to the discussions of the presentations. The presentations were made as 30minute lectures, or during an evening poster session. Some participants did not submit a written account of their presentation at the symposium, and not all of the articles submitted for the Proceedings could be included because of the publisher's page limit. The titles and authors of the papers that had to be excluded are listed in an appendix
