Causal quantum theory

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B. Wesley, 1983 - Science - 405 pages
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This is a book that offers exactly what it says it offers, it explains the causality in quantum mechanics without resorting to any of the usual absurdities that deny there is even a possibility of causality, it is very outside the established interpretation of mainstream physics but it is very scientific and conservative in its approach. It is not flighty and every assertion is backed by the math. This is not a book for conformists or for idle dreamers, it will not get you on the "in crowds" list but it may enlighten you even if that means you have to become a lonely heretic in the process 

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QUANTUM THEORY BEFORE 1900
1
QUANTUM THEORY FROM 1900 TO 1925
30
QUANTUM THEORY SINCE 1925
71

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