Solution of the Fundamental Problem of Quantum Mechanics,
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The fundamental problem of quantum mechanics is posed by Youngs two-slit experiment, which is impossible to explain in any classical way. This implies that the solution does not exist in accord with Aristotles three laws of classical logic ergo the solution must exist in the negation of those three laws. The author demonstrates a fourth law of logic -- the boundary identity of opposites -- and demonstrates how this law may be comprehended. Since the fourth law contains the negation of each of the other three laws, then the four together form a closed operational system a metalogic. The first three laws apply to individually observed entities while the fourth law applies to multiocular perception. The first three laws deal only with the past, the determined, the singularly exclusive, the localized while the fourth law deals with the present, the undetermined, the nonexclusive, the nonlocalized, the unperceivedunobserved.
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- Quantum Theory and Relativity