International Association for
Relativistic Dynamics

IARD 2020

The 12th Biennial Conference on Classical and Quantum Relativistic Dynamics of Particles and Fields

The kinematic form of relativistic quantum mechanics and its possible underlying structure

Mohammed Sanduk

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.