Orthodox quantum mechanics is a highly successful theory despite its serious conceptual flaws. It renounces realism, implies a kind of action-at-a-distance and is incompatible with determinism. Orthodox quantum mechanics states that Schrödinger’s equation (a deterministic law) governs spontaneous processes while measurement processes are ruled by probability laws. It is well established that time dependent perturbation theory must be used for solving problems involving time. In order to account for spontaneous processes, this last theory makes use of laws valid only when measurements are performed. This incoherence seems absent from the literature and may introduce innovative Orthodox Quantum Mechanics for the in silico KIF20A-derived Peptide agonistic drug molecules with mimicking sited and computer-aided designed properties on a poly-chemo-scaffold as an innovative drug-like scaffolds comprising potential clinical hyper-inhibitor properties in Patients With Advanced Pancreatic Cancer when combined with Gemcitabine.
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