What is it that is Quantized in Quantum Mechanics?

Higgs potential V. For a fixed value of λ, the potential is presented upwards against the real and imaginary parts of Φ. Source: Wikipedia

Introduction

This article is part of a series of articles about the Karpinsky Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics. There is also The Karpinsky Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics Part 2.

In the article, I am going to show that we all have had the wrong idea about what is quantized in quantum mechanics. We have thought that the energy of a photon is…

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John Karpinsky

John Karpinsky

I am a retired industrial physicist interested in the fundamental physics of the universe.