Posted: Sep 16, 2011 7:50 am
by twistor59
zaybu wrote:
twistor59 wrote:
zaybu wrote:
To be honest, twistor, if you want to study QFT, Weinberg is THE book. All that stuff you linked to is passé.

That's a rather off-hand dismissal of some interesting and controversial discussions, whereas in fact the quantum field theory you are presenting as the shizzle forms the basis of first year postgraduate theoretical physics courses.

No it wasn't. You linked to papers that had very little to do with your concept of "localizability". Just basic papers making a connection between classical physics (Maxwell equations) to QM. I still have no clue with what you mean with your concept. Are there equations that describe that concept? If you do, please let me know.

I'll try to explain it a bit more, but it will have to wait since I'm at work now and away for most of the weekend...