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Started with the Energy Level Dispersion: the Past One Year

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This talk is an anniversary summary of the works on the theory of electron-states-architecture (ESA) and its dimensionality in a crystalline material, on the assumptions of the energy-level dispersion (ELD), the spatial extension shrinkage (SES), the di-convergence conservation law (or the “bivergence” conservation law, BCL) and the lower limit velocity (LLV) for real objects, on the proof of the existences of the LLV and the upper one (ULV), and eventually on the modifications of Schrödinger equation, Newtonian equation and the theory of relativity.

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