Today I have
published on my youtube account two new lessons in my series on quantum
theory. In my continued attempts to explain ever more complex concepts
in Quantum Physics I have defined all the mathematics I should need.
Based on that very minimal mathematical framework, I can have a more
informal discussion with my viewers. The subjects of these lessons was
basically a conceptual discussion of the subject matter of the first
two lessons. A discussion which enables me to have a informed, and
intuitive discussion of the concept of an operator on a space. I also
demonstrate how to compute an expectation value (but I don't call it
that remember these lessons are for non scientist). I think that I have
done all of this in ways that are as intuitive as possible. Take a look
at them, tell your friends about them. These lessons are good for
people who want to get deeper insight than what is found in most non
technical discussions of quantum theory but not as deep as studying it
in full details. *

Quantum Theory Lesson
3: Building Intuition.

Quantum Theory
Lesson 4: Introduction to Operators.

* If you do not yet see the
video's I reckon that some kind of review and approval is involved in
revealing these to you. Be paitient.

New Lessons in Quantum Theory. Lessons three and four

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