Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
September 16, 2019
symmetry, relativistic jets, force, energy, unification, Higgs field, Birthplace of Forces
Classical mechanics for large objects is consistent with our intuitive understanding, but not for quantum particles.
The question is, if large objects are made up of quantum particles, what other than laboratory tools have this difference in explaining the microscopic and macroscopic worlds?
Is the nature of force stable throughout the world? Or does it really different work on quantum particles and large objects? If the answer is no and the nature of the force does not change, how can it be explained? These issues are discussed and analyzed in this article.