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      Tracing to the source of quantization

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      Quantization, Physical interpretation, Ether, physical vacuum

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          The physical interpretation of quantum mechanics has always been controversial, which stems from the lack of understanding of vacuum. Vacuum is not empty, and modern physics is describing the world through physical vacuum. Macroscopic vacuum is relatively simple, and relativistic effect is the lens effect of macroscopic vacuum. Micro-vacuum is quite complex, it can be compared to the infinite distribution of micro-lens array or grid. The particles travel through such a vacuum, and there are many possible paths for each step forward, which is just like what path integrals describe. Under the action of micro vacuum, particles will deviate from the positive direction of the starting point to the end point anytime and anywhere. The i in quantum mechanical equations is a representation of deviation characteristic.The physical interpretation of quantum mechanics has always been controversial, which stems from the lack of understanding of vacuum. Vacuum is not empty, and modern physics is describing the world through physical vacuum. Macroscopic vacuum is relatively simple, and relativistic effect is the lens effect of macroscopic vacuum. Micro-vacuum is quite complex, it can be compared to the infinite distribution of micro-lens array or grid. The particles travel through such a vacuum, and there are many possible paths for each step forward, which is just like what path integrals describe. Under the action of micro vacuum, particles will deviate from the positive direction of the starting point to the end point anytime and anywhere. The i in quantum mechanical equations is a representation of deviation characteristic.

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          ScienceOpen Preprints
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          8 July 2020
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          [1 ] Beijing Relativity Theory Research Federation, Beijing, China
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          10.14293/S2199-1006.1.SOR-.PPNLNHM.v1

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          physical vacuum, Ether, Physical interpretation, Quantization

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