Volume 1, Issue 1, pages 85-92
Mohammed Sanduk is an Iraqi born British physicist. He was educated at University of Baghdad and University of Manchester. Before attending his undergraduate study, he pub-lished a book in particle physics entitled “Mesons”. Sanduk has worked in industry and academia, and his last post in Iraq was head of the Laser and Opto-electronics Engineering department at Nahrain University in Baghdad. Owing to his interest in the philosophy of science, and he was a member of the academic staff of Pontifical Babel College for Philosophy. Sanduk is working with the department of chemical and process engineering at the University of Surrey. Sanduk is interested in transport of charged particles, Magnetohydro-dynamics, and the renewable energy technology. In addition to that, Sanduk is interested in the foundation of Quantum mechanics, and the philosophy of science & technology.
Quantum mechanics is an axiomatic theory. The axioms are related to a group of mathematical formulations that attempt to describe the behaviour of the microscopic realm. These axioms have not been derived from simpler, previously accepted statements. Quantum mechanics is based on these axioms, and the theory is in perfect agreement with the experimental results obtained. In our recent articles, an analogy has been proposed for relativistic quantum mechanics. This analogy suggests a deeper level that may be transformed to forms that analogises relativistic quantum mechanics. In this paper, we have tried to demonstrate the possibility of the existence of a deeper level beyond the axioms. In accordance with the adoption of this analogy, quantum axioms may be interpreted as being attributed to a more fundamental level.