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The new high-temperature form of superconductivitythat is currently setting the physics world on its ear may also illustrate the problems of applying quantum mechanics to small numbers of objects, Edward Teller of Lawrence Livermore (Calif.) National Laboratory told the Loyola Conference on Mathematical and Interpretational Problems in Relativistic Quantum Theory, meeting in New Orleans last week.
However, putting Lorentz and Heisenberg algebra together should have given us a stable, relativistic quantum theory but unfortunately it did not.
If this claim is correct then the variational principle is also a necessary condition for constructing a self-consistent relativistic quantum theory.

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