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Introduction                  
Problem Definition
Basic Assumption
Action in j-space
Efficiency

Why h is needed?
The Origin
The Abacus
The Qbox
Entropy
Fine-Structure Constant
Lorentz's Distribution
3D
Concept of Time
Nature of Force
Nature of Central Force

Discrete Space
Quarks?
Interactions
Anharmonic Coordinates
z-Axis
Constructibility
Spin Matrices
σz
Identity Matrix
Zero-Trace Matrices
Symmetry

Conservation
Duality in j-space
Duality Wave-Particle
De Broglie Equation

A Paradox
EPR Paradox
                          
Fundamental Forms
Angular Momentum
Irreducibility


 

Infinite Source
The Observers
Knots
Supersymmetry
Majorana States
ZFC Axioms
Axiom of Foundation
Set Theory
Euclid's Axioms
Infinite Fulcrum
Andromeda Galaxy
Riemann Hypothesis
Incompleteness I
Incompleteness II
Initial State
Supercolliders
Virtual Twins Symmetry

4π-Symmetry

Chiral Symmetry
Equivalence Symmetry
Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking
Explicit Symmetry Breaking
Shell Structure
Electrons and Photons
Exclusion Principle
Finiteness
Finiteness vs. Quantum
Stillness
Discreteness vs. Quantum
Boltzmann Constant
Planck Constant
Schrdinger's Cat
Newton's Bucket
Gdel's Metric
Uncertainty Reln in j-space
 
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