Archive for October, 2010

## Raman and Neutron Scattering

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Posted on: Friday, October 29, 2010 10:57 PM
Author: metric345
Subject: Raman and Neutron Scattering

 I would say that the Dirac equation describes the case of a free particle, with the mass m0. When there is field / particle interaction, m becomes the covariant mass: m = (h bar / c) root R I have been referring to R as curvature but more accurately it depends on torsion and curvature. R is the last vestige of the old Einstein general relativity, in which R = – kT. As soon as momentum conservation is considered the old physics fails very badly, indeed fails completely. It can describe only the energy conservation. In quantum field theory Ryder describes the methods of dealing with more than one particle in quantum field theory. we are right at the start of a new era in natural philosophy, so anyone’s ideas are equally valid provided they can be put into mathematics and are not too vague.

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## Nutshell Summary

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Posted on: Thursday, October 28, 2010 7:45 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: Nutshell Summary

 The curvature R is proportional to m squared, where m is the apparently varying mass found in the Compton effect through use of the de Broglie postulates. So an apparently negative mass m will produce a positive R, an apparently pure imaginary mass (i m) will produce positive R = mm* and an apparently complex mass: m = m’ + i m” will give a curvature proportional to mm* again, where m* is the complex conjugate of m. The elementary particle mass m0 is always positive, real valued and constant.

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## 161(6): Definition of the October Postulates – General Compton Scattering

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Posted on: Thursday, October 28, 2010 3:23 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: 161(6): Definition of the October Postulates – General Compton Scattering

 The postulates are eqs. (15) and (16). The concept of mass appearing in the de Broglie postulates (16) is generalized to m2 squared = (R / R0) m squared where m is the mass of the electron appearing in the standards laboratories, and where m2 is the apparent mass given by the general theory of Compton scattering. a161stpapernotes6.pdf

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## Overall Result of Note 161(5)

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Posted on: Wednesday, October 27, 2010 4:55 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: Overall Result of Note 161(5)

 This is x = R / R0 = (h bar omega’ / (m c squared)) all squared It is seen that the curvature R of general relativity varies in proportion to omega’ squared while the mass m is constant. This is in the special case of 90 degree Compton scattering of an electron off another electron.

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## Some Comments on Note 161(5)

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Posted on: Wednesday, October 27, 2010 3:02 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: Some Comments on Note 161(5)

 The essential point is that x = R / R0, where R0 is the constant curvature (mc / h) squared of special relativity in flat spacetime, the limiting curvature of the Dirac equation and its classical limit, the Einstein energy equation. The electron mass m is a constant, the usual electron mass of the standards laboratories, known experimentally to ten power minus eight relative uncertainty. The mass m is the same and constant also in curved spacetime, but R is not constant in curved spacetime. This leads to the new de Broglie Einstein postulates. I suggest calling these the October Postulates, similar to the October Revolution, but without bloodshed or rancour.

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## 161(5): Analytical Solution for x

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Posted on: Wednesday, October 27, 2010 2:52 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: 161(5): Analytical Solution for x

 This is given by eq, (12) in general and is illustrated in the case of equal mass scattering at 90 degrees. The rest curvature R0 is defined by (10). The curvature in general relativity is defined by R = xR0 The Cartan geometry is worked out for Compton scattering at 90 degrees, giving the result (28). These are powerful new methods of physics and generalise the de Broglie Einstein equations, solving the self inconsistency problem found in UFT 158 to UFT 160 using ECE theory. The latter is preferred to the standard model from comparison with experimental data and Compton scattering is shown to be a phenomenon of general relativity and unified field theory, not of special relativity. a161stpapernotes5.pdf

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## Modified de Broglie Postulates for UFT 161

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Posted on: Monday, October 25, 2010 7:42 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: Modified de Broglie Postulates for UFT 161

 These are for energy E = = gamma m c squared and for momentum: p = = gamma m v where < > denotes the thermal average calculated from the Planck distribution. This postulate will introduce temperature into the analysis as in UFT 155. The ECE theory, as for any other valid theory of physics, produces good results in quantum mechanics and special relativity when the two aspects are independent, but will run into the same problem as in UFT 158 – UFT 160. This is a profound problem needing the simplest plausible solution. Anyone’s ideas are as good as mine. These seem to be solid postulates, because at any finite temperature T, the average energy of one photon must be used. This is: = h bar omega exp (-x) (1 – exp (-x)) x = h bar omega / (kT) Each frequency has a different temperature. This modified postulate may fail as badly as the original, I must work this next.

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