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basic_notions:spin [2019/02/07 12:05]
129.13.36.189 [FAQ]
basic_notions:spin [2019/11/29 12:13] (current)
129.13.36.189 [Concrete]
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   * For the origin of spin, see http://​rickbradford.co.uk/​NoethersTheorem.pdf   * For the origin of spin, see http://​rickbradford.co.uk/​NoethersTheorem.pdf
   * [[http://​math.ucr.edu/​home/​baez/​spin/​spin.html|Spin]] by Michael Weiss   * [[http://​math.ucr.edu/​home/​baez/​spin/​spin.html|Spin]] by Michael Weiss
 +  * https://​arxiv.org/​abs/​1806.01121
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 An interesting alternative perspective was put forward by Hestenes in his paper [[http://​geocalc.clas.asu.edu/​pdf/​ZBW_I_QM.pdf|The Zitterbewegung Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics]]. In this paper he argues that spin arises due to the permanent zig-zag motion of electrons (and all other particles). This zig-zag motion is the result of permanent collisions with background Higgs bosons which cause chirality flips from left-chiral to right-chiral states. An interesting alternative perspective was put forward by Hestenes in his paper [[http://​geocalc.clas.asu.edu/​pdf/​ZBW_I_QM.pdf|The Zitterbewegung Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics]]. In this paper he argues that spin arises due to the permanent zig-zag motion of electrons (and all other particles). This zig-zag motion is the result of permanent collisions with background Higgs bosons which cause chirality flips from left-chiral to right-chiral states.
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 +See also [[https://​arxiv.org/​abs/​1806.01121|How Electrons Spin]] by Charles T. Sebens
  
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