Quantum mechanics is just not the mechanics of the small. That assumption was a mistake made early in the 20th century and was never corrected. There were a few other mistakes made along with poor assumptions that reduced the utility of quantum mechanics. Correcting those errors and integrating relativity directly into the subject clears away much of the confusion that permeates the field.
Because of the vacuum caused by these errors, physics as practiced in our major universities has become more esoteric bordering on fantasy. Misgivings about the subject were strongly expressed by Einstein, Ehrenfest, Dirac and Feynman. They basically identified relativity as being a missing element from the subject. The solution to this old problem is worked out in "The Principles of Matter amending quantum mechanics", which connects the microscopic definition of matter to the large scale.
hardback with a sewn binding 288 pages 6" x 9" 59 Figures which includes a self-study guide and background reading.
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