Einstein believed the quantum theory was correct but not complete. He believed in a hidden variable that would give quantum mechanics an objective reality that would fit in with the reality of our everyday life.
Most other physicist believed that no reasonable definition of reality could be expected to permit the paradoxes of quantum mechanics.
Einstein said “the next stage in the development of theoretical physics will bring us a theory of light that may be conceived of as a sort of fusion of wave and of emission theory of light.
Einstein said “while we have thus shown that the wave function 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”.
Quantum Atom theory is such a theory and from two simple postulates can explain the paradoxes of quantum mechanics.
The first postulate is that the wave function explained mathematically by Schrodinger’s wave equation represents the arrow of time forming the geometry of spacetime.
The second postulate is that Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle that is formed by the expanding wave function is the same uncertainty that we have with any future event.
Without Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle we would not have the uncertainty and probability of everyday life. The probability of the quantum wave particle function only works one way in time. Just like the uncertainty of everyday life it is always possible to calculate backwards and work out exactly what the position and momentum was at some time in the past just like looking back in history
In the General Theory of Relativity Einstein beautifully explained that the presence of objects in space curves it forming the curvature or geometry of spacetime. If the object moves around then the curvature of space will change as well.
This theory explains the process of how objects form their own rate of time forming the curvature of spacetime. An object will react with the wave particle duality of the light distorting the geometry of spacetime relative to their energy or mass. This will form the passage of time photon by photon the greater the energy or mass the slower time will run in that reference frame.
A moving object will distort its own spacetime geometry more in the direction of its motion. This will form an unbalanced force and the object will keep moving in that direction unless acted upon by an external object. Therefore we have Galileo’s principle of inertia supporting Newton’s first law of motion.
In this theory we can all form our own spacetime geometry forming our own future because our actions will change our energy or mass.
This is why the Planck Constant is a constant of action and represents part of the continuum of time continuously coming into existence photon by photon or moment by moment.