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Einstein’s Objections to Quantum Mechanics Get Industrial Confirmation in Chemistry

According to Santilli, this insufficiency is evidence on the need for a ‘completion’ of quantum chemistry along Einstein’s argument. Jointly with his studies on the completion of quantum mechanics, while being at Harvard University under DOE support, Santilli initiated in the late 1970s long term research on the ‘completion’ of quantum chemistry into a form admitting an attractive force between identical valence electrons.

Ruggero Santilli: An Introduction to Hadronic Chemistry – The Lecture Series

“Hadronic chemistry is not a one-man undertaking, in spite of Santilli being the most prominent of these scientists, but a result of an effort by cutting-edge scientists world wide to create the necessary extensions of mathematics (iso-, geno- and hypermathematics), physics (hadronic mechanics), and chemistry. Without the new dramatic extensions of mathematics and physics, hadronic chemistry would never have been established, and magnecules never been predicted and discovered from THEORETICAL scientific advances.”

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