Vo Van Thuan, Dao Dinh Duc

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Due to helical cylindrical time-evolution of electrons the mankind observation at a quantum mechanical scale depends on synchronization between observers and their surrounding cosmological medium by collective dynamics. From one side, the synchronization leads to linearization of an embedded 4D space-time reminiscent of the flat Minkowski space-time. From another side, variation of the synchronization due to independent proper plane wave oscillations of each electron being constrained in a short time quantized period, implies that there only statistical averaged physical quantities are observable, which is in consistency with statistical indeterministic concept of traditional quantum mechanics.

Keywords: Quantum statistics, time synchronization, helical cylindrical evolution.


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