**After finishing
my studies in****
1989
I am trying to explain mathematically why QM is a correct description
of experiments at the level of elementary particles.**
In this analysis I use a few proven
**lemma's** , which in short are
given by:
1. All elementary particles must be described as harmonic
oscillating point-particles in the **2D**-plane
orthogonal to the observed direction of motion, **
SR** given by the **
worldline**.
This lemma together with proof can be downloaded as **PDF**
pressing this link:
Curvature and QM.pdf
2. All **fermions**
must be described with **open**
**BC** and all **
boson****s** must be
described with **closed**
**BC**.
This lemma together with proof can be downloaded as **PDF**
pressing this link:
Dual BC.pdf
3. All **fermions**
have **mass** and described **
exactly** with an **
harmonic oscill****ating**
point-description allow **kno****ts** in
the traveled path.
Lemma: **kno****ts**
are __only__ possible in **3D**-space,
i.e. Einstein's **4D**-spacetime!
This lemma together with proof can be downloaded as **PDF**
pressing this link:
Knots and used dimensions.pdf
The proof that knots are only possible in **
3D**-space
was given by
**G**rigori **P**erelman
in 2003 and is given in the following **3** publications:
0211159v1.pdf
0303109v1.pdf
0307245v1.pdf
A short résumé is described by
**M**ichael **T**. **A**nderson
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