Volume 1, Issue 1, pages 32-45
Guo-Qiu Zhao, born in 1944, Hubei Huangmei, researcher, Wuhan academic leader. Graduated from the Radio Department of Huazhong Institute of Technology in 1969. He once served as the director of the Scientific Research Department of Wuhan Iron and Steel University. He was engaged in basic teaching and research of physics and electrical engineering. After retiring, he served as a special professor of WISCO Joint Laboratory of Huazhong University of Science and Technology, and an part-time job professor of relevant departments of Beijing Normal University and South China University of Technology. He is currently a member of the Physics Philosophy Committee of the Chinese Society of Dialectics Research, the director of the Physics Philosophy Committee of the Hubei Dialectic Society of Nature, and an academic member of the Hubei Institute of Innovation. He is mainly engaged in physics philosophy and basic research in quantum mechanics. The main academic works are Physics Course (Beijing Science and Technology Publishing House), New Divine Comedy of Physics (Wuhan Publishing House), Electronic Tracing (Hubei Science Association Journal), and Basic Quantum Mechanics of dual 4-dimensional Space-Time (Hubei Science and Technology Publishing House, Chinese Edition, American Scientific Research Publishing House, English Edition), “Wonderful Thoughts” (Hubei People’s Publishing House), Preliminary Exploration of Modern Science Foundation of Basic Theory of Traditional Chinese Medicine (Science Publishing House) and 10 others; more than 200 papers have been published at home and abroad, more than 80 core journals, 8 full-text copies of the National People’s Congress Copy Center, and 3 authoritative journals (Academy of Sciences Science News). Eight projects have been funded by state, provincial and municipal funds, of which four are in charge of the provincial education department. Among them, “Dual 4-dimensional Quantum Mechanics Description of Space-time” won the first prize in 2014 for excellent papers of Natural Science in Hubei Province; “Electronic Tracer” won the second prize for popular science works in 1995; The “New Divine Comedy of Physics” won the third prize of Wuhan Municipal Government in 2005; and “Centenary of Brain Science” won the first prize for excellent papers of Social Science in Hubei Province in 2001. In 2001, Wonderful Thinking won the first prize for excellent works of Wuhan Social Science Federation, and many papers won the second and third prizes of provinces and municipalities.
Microscopic objects have a definite spatial distribution that affects quantum phenomena. The particle model is not suitable for describing the microscopic world. Therefore, we use the rotating field matter sphere model, whose size is automatically variable due to different motion states, and is coordinated with the special theory of relativity. Thus, constructing a dual 4-dimensional space-time description of microscopic quantum phenomena has obvious theoretical advantages. In the dual 4-dimensional space-time, the matter wave is a physical wave. The quantum probability originates from the tangible structure and mass density distribution of the micro-object, and is reflected in the transformation of physical space-time. Matter waves and probability waves can be transformed by Fourier transformation.