Some Fundamental Problems of Contemporary Physics

Yuri A. Rylov

Institute for Problems in Mechanics, Russian Academy of Sciences,
101, bld.1 Vernadskii Ave. , Moscow, 117526, Russia.


The paper is a review of an interplay between several conceptual ideas, devoted to fundamental problems of geometry and physics. List of these ideas and problems looks as follows:
1. Metric approach to geometry (MAG) which leads to a new space-time model. This model contains a new parameter (distortion), responsible for quantum stochasticity of world tubes.
2. Statistical ensemble technique (SET) is a general way of a statistical description of stochastic systems. In SET the statistical ensemble is used primarily as a dynamic system (but not as a tool for a calculation of mean values).
3. The problem of identification of the energy and the Hamiltonian in the relativistic quantum field theory (QFT). This identification is an artifical additional constraint on the dynamic equation. Under this identification the QFT turns to an inconsistent conception, containing artifical problems, generated by this identification.
4. The problem of inclusive description in QFT.

As it follows from the consideration of these problems, the way of the conventional quantum mechanics (and especially QFT ) is a way to nowhere, and the quantum mechanics (and especially QFT ) needs a serious revision.

(There is the paper in the form of a postscript file).