University of Surrey
The concept of kinematics is adopted to find the kinematic forms of relativistic quantum mechanics (Dirac wave function, Dirac equation and Klein-Gordon equation). The kinematic forms do not contain Planck’s constant but have the imaginary . Since 2007, a theory has been developing to explain the complexity (imaginary) which is a result of the physical process. This theory is non quantum mechanics theory. It may be referred to as the "circles theory". This theory showed a complex position vector, a complex velocity, and a complex acceleration for a point in a system of two rolling circles. Interestingly, these three equations are similar to the kinematical forms of relativistic quantum mechanics, Dirac wave function, Dirac equation and Klein-Gordon equation respectively. The theory may lead to propose that there is a physical underlying beyond the axioms of the quantum mechanics.