**ALL LECTURES DELIVERED AT THIS TELECONFEREnCE BY DISTINGUISHED SCIENTISTS FROM VARIOUS COUNTRIES HAVE BEEN RECORDED, INCLUDING DISCUSSIONS, AND ARE FREELY AVAILABLE FROM THE LINK
http://www.world-lecture-series.org/level-xii-epr-teleconference-2020n**

# Hebrew Translation

# Italian Translation

** Quantum mechanics [and, therefore, chemistry]**

is not a complete theory." Albert Einstein.

*While we have thus shown that the wavefunction [of quantum mechanic] does not provide a complete description of the physical reality, we left open the question of whether or not such a description exists. We believe, however, that such a theory is possible.* A. Einstein, B. Podolsky and N. Rosen (concluding statement of the
EPR argument).

*INTERNATIONAL TELECONFERENCE ON EINSTEIN'S ARGUMENT THAT*

"QUANTUM MECHANICS IS NOT A COMPLETE THEORY"

"QUANTUM MECHANICS IS NOT A COMPLETE THEORY"

*``God does not play dice with the universe, " Albert Einstein*

**1. SCOPE:
**

In 1935, A. Einstein, B. Podolsky and N. Rosen predicted that "quantum mechanics is not a complete theory" because determinism could be recovered at least under limit conditions (*EPR Argument* [1]). Studies conducted over decades by a number of mathematicians, physicists and chemists (see their names in the Acknowledgments of Refs. [7]) have indicated that the historical objections against the PER Argument [2] [3] [4] are indeed valid, but only for point-like particles in vacuum under linear, local and Hamiltonian interactions, because extended, therefore deformable particles within hyperdense media under additional non-linear,
non-local and non-Hamiltonian interactions represented via isomathematics, isomechanics and isochemistry appear to admit [5] [6]: 1) An explicit and concrete realization of hidden variables; 2) Identical classical counterparts; and 3) The progressive recovering of Einstein's determinism in the interior of hadrons, nuclei and stars, and its full achievement at the limit of gravitational collapse as predicted by Einstein, while jointly removing quantum divergencies. In view of expected implications for all quantitative sciences, including the prediction of much needed, new, clean energies that are inconceivable for quantum mechanics, the scope of the teleconference is to debate, develop and apply the indicated new advances on what appears to be Einstein's most important legacy.

**2. DATE:
**

September 1-5, 2020

from 9 am to 1 pm EST

from 3 to 7 pm CET

** 3. SESSIONS:**

**September 1, 2020: **

9 am to 12 noon EST:

Inaugural speeches

** September 2, 2020: **

9 am to 12 noon EST,

Session in Mathematics

Prof. S. Georgiev, Chairman

** September 3: **

9 am to12 noon EST

Session in Physics

Prof. R. M. Santilli, Chairman

**September 4, 2020:**

9 am to 12 noon EST

Session in Chemistry,

Prof. A. A. Bhalekar, Chairman

**September 5: **

9 am to 12 noon EST

Open Discussions.

** 4. PARTICIPATION:
**

It is open to all qualified mathematicians, physicists and chemists/biologists at no cost. Financial support is available for qualified speakers. Partecipation Certificates can be issued on request.

**5. TELECONFERENCE LINK:
**

To obtain the link and related information at no cost, please send your curriculum, to admin(at)eprdebates(dot)org with the indication whether the participation is intended as an auditor or as a speaker.

**6. LECTURES:**

All lectures have to be recorded in advance and be available in the internet prior to the initiation of the teleconference. Lectures can be recorded by speakers at their location or they can be recorded by the organizers via Zoom (at no cost). The duration of all lectures should be from 30 to 50 minutes. . Additionally, the session of September 5, 2020, will be devoted to live questions and answers. Due to the great number of participants, it is important that questions or comments are sent in writing to the individual speaker and in copy to

ARGUMENT 1: Quantum mechanics is exactly valid for point particles in empty space (exterior dynamical problems) with consequential lack of meaningful "completion" of Heisenberg's uncertainties, Bell's inequality, and all that www.informationphilosopher.com/solutions/scientists/bohr\-/EPRBohr.pdf

ARGUMENT 2: Bell's inequality on lack of classical images is inapplicable (rather than violated) for extended particles within dense hadronic media (interior dynamical problems) due to inevitable non-linear, non-local and non-Hamiltonian interactions that, when properly represented, allow the apparent existence of classical images http://eprdebates.org/docs/epr-paper-i.pdf

ARGUMENT 3: Einstein's determinism is progressively approached by extended particles in the interior of hadrons, nuclei and stars and fully achieved in the interior of gravitational collapse http://eprdebates.org/docs/epr-paper-ii.pdf

**7. INTERNET DEBATES:**

EPR debate in physics

http://www.eprdebates.org/santilli-confirmation-of-the-epr-argument.php

EPR debate in chemistry

http://www.eprdebates.org/santilli-confirmation-of-the-epr-argument-chemistry.php

Ananda Bosman's interview of Ruggero M. Santilli on Einstein's determinism

http://www.i-b-r.org/ananda-interview-2020.htm

**8. ORGANIZER:**

The R. M. Santilli Foundation

Email: board(at)santilli-foundation(dot)org

**9. INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE "
**

** Prof. Ascar Aringazin**

Institute for Basic Research

Eurasian National University

Nur-Sultan, 010008 Kazakhstan

Email: aringazin(at)gmail(dot)com

**Prof. Anil A. Bhalekar**

Department of Chemistry,

R. T. M. Nagpur University,

Amravati Road Campus, Nagpur, India

Email: anabha(at)hotmail(dot)com

**Prof. Jeremy Dunning-Davies**

Departments of Mathematics and Physics

University of Hull,England.

Email: masjd(at)masjd.karoo(dot)co.uk

**Prof. Svetlin G. Georgiev**

Department of Mathematics

Sorbonne University,
Paris, France

Email: svetlingeorgiev1(at)gmail(dot)com

**Prof. Stein E. Johansen**

Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Trondheim, Norway

Email: stein.e.johansen(at)ntnu(dot)no

**Prof. Noriaki Kamiya**

Mathematical Sciences

Aizu university, Japan

Email: shigekamiya(at)outlook(dot)jp

**Prof. Pinchas Mandell**

Family of Israel Foundation

El-Ram Tower Bialik St. # 74/60

Ramat-Gan Israel, 5241135

Email: info(at)familyofisrael(dot)org

**Prof. Fabrizio Maturo**

Department of Mathematics and Physics

University of Campania "Luigi Vanvitelli"

Caserta, Italy

Email: fabrizio.maturo(at)unicampania(dot)it

**Prof. Ruggero. Maria Santilli **

The Institute for Basic Research

Palm Harbor, FL, U.S.A.

Email: research(at)i-b-r(dot)org

**Prof. Erik Trell**

Linkoping University,

Linkoping, Sweden

Email: erik.trell(at)gmail(dot)com

**Prof. Bhadra Man Tuladhar
**

Department of Mathematics

Kathmandu University

Kathmandu, Nepal

Email: tuladhar2(at)hotmail(dot)com

**Prof. Thomas Vougiouklis
**

Department of Mathematics

Xanthi, Greece

Email: tvougiou(at)eled(dot)duth(dot)gr

**10. TUTORING LECTURES: **

The viewing of the tutoring lectures listed below is suggested for the understanding of the technical lectures delivered at the conference.

TUTORING I:

ISOMATHEMATICS

Ruggero Maria Santilli

http://www.world-lecture-series.org/santilli-tutoring-i

Duration 0:39:31

TUTORING II:

VERIFICATIONS OF THE EPR ARGUMENT

Ruggero Maria Santilli

http://www.world-lecture-series.org/santilli-tutoring-ii

Duration 0:39:05

TUTORING III:

IMPLICATIONS OF THE EPR ARGUMENT

Ruggero Maria Santilli

http://www.world-lecture-series.org/santilli-tutoring-iii

Duration 0:40:06

TUTORING IV:

LIE-ADMISSIBLE TREATMENT OF
IRREVERSIBLE

PHYSICAL, CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS

Ruggero Maria Santilli

PART I

http://www.world-lecture-series.org/santilli-tutoring-iv-part-1

View (Duration 0:36:27)

PART 2

http://www.world-lecture-series.org/santilli-tutoring-iv-part-2

View (Duration 0:33:58)

PART 3

http://www.world-lecture-series.org/santilli-tutoring-iv-part-3

View (Duration 0:29:04)

TUTORING V:

EXTENDING MATHEMATICAL METHODS
FROM

NUMBERS TO HYPERNUMBERS AND TO H_v NUMBERS

Thomas Vougiouklis

http://www.world-lecture-series.org/vougiouklis-extending-mathematical-methods-from-numbers-to-hypernumbers-and-to-h_v-numbers

View (Duration 0:52:25)

**11. SUGGESTED REFERENCES.
**

[1] A. Einstein, B. Podolsky , and N. Rosen, "Can quantum-mechanical
description of
physical reality be considered complete?,'' Phys. Rev., vol.~47 ,
p. 777 (1935),

http://www.eprdebates.org/docs/epr-argument.pdf

http://www.informationphilosopher.com/solutions/scientists/bohr\-/EPRBohr.pdf

[3] J. S. Bell: "On the Einstein Podolsky Rosen paradox" Physics Vol. 1, 195
(1964),

https://cds.cern.ch/record/111654/files/vol1p195-200_001.pdf

[4] Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, "Bell's Theorem" (2019)

https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/bell-theorem

[5] R. M. Santilli, "Isorepresentation of the Lie-isotopic SU(2) Algebra
with Application to Nuclear Physics and Local Realism," Acta Applicandae
Mathematicae Vol. 50, 177 (1998),

http://www.eprdebates.org/docs/epr-paper-i.pdf

[6] R. M. Santilli, "Studies on the classical determinism predicted by A. Einstein, B. Podolsky and N. Rosen," Ratio Mathematica Volume 37, pages 5-23 (2019),

http://www.eprdebates.org/docs/epr-paper-ii.pdf

[7] R.M. Santilli, "Studies on A. Einstein, B. Podolsky, and N. Rosen prediction that quantum mechanics is not a complete theory,"

Paper I: "Basic methods,"

Ratio Mathematica Volume 38, pp. 5-69, 2020

http://eprdebates.org/docs/epr-review-i.pdf

Paper II: "Apparent proof of the EPR argument,"

Ratio Mathematica Volume 38, pp. 71-138, 2020

http://eprdebates.org/docs/epr-review-ii.pdf

Paper III: "Illustrative examples and applications,"

Ratio Mathematica Volume 38, pp. 139-222, 2020

http://eprdebates.org/docs/epr-review-iii.pdf