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In my model this is no problem since only space points need to go faster than light.

The objection is that it has to rotate faster than the speed of light to produce the observed angular momentum.

It does.The objection is that it has to rotate faster than the speed of light to produce the observed angular momentum. In my model this is no problem since only space points need to go faster than light.The other objection that an electron is a point of zero size and therefore can not have spin, is based on a belief and our inability to measure its size.

I hope oneday we return to the origin classic equations

Quote from: BilboGrabbins on 28/08/2021 17:38:12 I hope oneday we return to the origin classic equations Why would you want to embrace a inferior model that cannot explain the quantifiable and real effects of QM?

The equations differ only slightly and I wouldn't call the classical equations inferior.

In fact they're more intuitive.

No it doesn't need to rotate faster than light as Origin and Bored have explained