Received Papers

John Bell – The Irish Connection

Andrew Whitaker (Queen’s University Belfast) Submitted to “Quantum Nonlocality and Reality – 50 Years of Bell’s theorem”. John Bell lived in Ireland for only 21 years, but throughout his life he remembered his Irish upbringing with fond memories, pride and gratitude. Ireland has a very respectable tradition in physics, and particularly mathematical physics (McCartney and Whitaker 2003). As early as… Read more →

Gravitation and the noise needed in objective reduction models

Stephen L. Adler Institute for Advanced Study, Einstein Drive, Princeton, NJ 08540, USA. Submitted to “Quantum Nonlocality and Reality – 50 Years of Bell’s theorem”. I briefly recall intersections of my research interests with those of John Bell. I then argue that the noise needed in theories of objective state vector reduction most likely comes from a fluctuating complex part in the… Read more →

Submitted paper to IJQF

This is an example of a paper submitted to IJQF via blogs. If you are already a IJQF member, you can log in and post your paper as a PDF attachment like this, and you may also write anything relevant to your paper in your post. We hope the content of the post is informal and intriguing, such as telling personal stories behind the paper etc,… Read more →