1. Particle-wave behavior: Does there exist a model which incorporates both? Can we use prime numbers for it (frequency-like scheme and interger-based minimal integer value)

The answer is: quantum field theory.

2. Light sources: two light sources at both ends of a spring are emitted in opposite directions. What is the speed at which the spring extends?

http://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/127248/experiment-with-spring-and-two-light-sources-emitting-light-in-opposite-directio

3. Would full determinism mean that God cannot exist, since would exist no such object which would not be able to do whatever he wants?

http://philosophy.stackexchange.com/questions/14722/determinism-vs-the-existence-of-god

4. Does there exist a mathematical formalism (model) in particle physics that assumes that the existence of an infinite number of different, yet smallest particles (building blocks)?

http://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/127283/mathematical-model-that-allows-the-existence-of-an-infinite-number-of-smallest

5. Does the uncertainty principle imply the non-deterministic universe, or just the fact that our model based on observation can be at most non-deterministic? (this question has already been asked, below a good link)

http://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/24068/isnt-the-uncertainty-principle-just-non-fundamental-limitations-in-our-current

+ my latest task:

For a fixed , there exists at least one prime among the integers of the form for an arbitrary .

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