Quantum theory fulfills this requirement of having a classical limit through the process of decoherence.

Twistor theory attempts to unite

quantum theory with a relativistic space-time physics in an abstract twistor space that renders space-time itself a secondary notion.

So what does

quantum theory tell us about the nature of the world?

Quantum theory of the Bohr atom fully satisfy the fundamental law of spectroscopy obtained experimentally by physicists and use the Rydberg constant is numerically equal to R=3.

Davide focuses on finding new ways of applying

quantum theory to improve how computers solve optimization problems--that is, problems for finding the best of all possible solutions.

The experimental detection of dynamical space required generalisation of Maxwell's EM Theory, Schrodinger's

Quantum Theory and a corresponding generalisation of the Dirac

Quantum Theory [9], and the determination of a dynamical theory for space.

The researchers have exploited two different areas of physics: Einstein's special relativity - which interprets uniform motion between two objects moving at relative speeds - combined with the power of

quantum theory, the new physics of the sub-atomic world that Einstein famously dismissed as 'spooky'.

Starting with the basics, Fayer simply explains

quantum theory in contrast with classical mechanics and how it relates to our everyday experiences.

The "holy grail" for modern scientists is to unify Einstein's theory with modern

quantum theory.

Nevertheless, Einstein's initial insights, built upon the work of earlier scientists (notably Lorentz and Poincare), are taken as the beginning of modern cosmology, for, eleven years after the publication of his initial papers, his special theory of relativity would lead to the full formulation of his general theory of relativity, and his initial insights into the nature of matter and radiation--built especially upon the work of Max Planck, who asserted in 1900 that energy of radiation is produced in discrete little bundles, in direct proportion to the radiation's frequency (the famous E=hv equation)--would lead Bohr, Heisenberg, Schrodinger, Dirac, and Fynmann to work out the

Quantum Theory, which in turn would change our perception of the physical world.

If confirmed, this work could help physicists to make a significant step toward the long-sought-after

quantum theory of gravity.

The second major part of the book considers a number of more or less technical aspects of Whitehead's mature system and explores their relationships to

quantum theory.