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  1. No problem. I started the topic before your warning. I don't know that's not permitted to have more accounts.
  2. I forgot that I already have an account. I'm sorry. You close posts in a hurry and banish accounts without explanation. Probably, it is necessary to make more patience.
  3. Is this theory described in this link Which is being removed due to a rules violation respects special relativity conditions.
  4. My question is a pure mathematics. I want to view what a simple case of interaction gives.
  5. I need help to calculate exact or approximated probabilities. I am interesting by the content of a new theory (view this link http://figshare.com/articles/Nokton_theory/1549720 for details). Currently, I studing the interactions of two neutral noktons in one dimension. I suspect that the probabilty of any position is periodic, but I can't prove it.
  6. Thank you, now I understood the origin of Heisenberg inequality. I see also that Heisenberg inequality is : My question is : Exists a same kind of this inequality for this "new nokton theory" ?
  7. Hi studiot, I see you are connected to forum, can you respond at my last post ?
  8. I'm graduated. I know exactly what a function. For operator I have an idea.
  9. I agree with you. But the common with Wolfram and Fredkin is using non probabilitic rules like cellular automata.
  10. They are some common ideas, like using a grid and rules. States are updated by step. But there's a difference : Edward Fredkin uses a deterministic rules and nokton theory uses some kind of probabilities.
  11. Il found an article about Dr. Edward Fredkin and digital philosophy. http://www.digitalphilosophy.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/nsmin.pdf
  12. Can you explain more. Where ?
  13. Some notions are completely different from quantum mechanics and standart model like symmetries, observable... I think the author search for help.
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