General Problems of Physics in the view of Unitary Quantum Theory

Sapogin, Leo G.; Dzhanibekov, V. A.; Ryabov, Yu. A.
March 2013
International Journal of Applied Science & Technology;Mar2013, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p34
Academic Journal
The present article discuses the problems of new Unitary Quantum Theory in its applications to the different aspects of the reality. There are spectacular examples of such applications.


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