## The ECE Fermion Field

**Feed:** Dr. Myron Evans

**Posted on:** Saturday, January 29, 2011 12:56 AM

**Author:** metric345

**Subject:** The ECE Fermion Field

UFT 173 will develop the fermion field equation as distinct from the single particle fermion equation, in itself a powerful new equation of physics. In a standard text such as “Quantum Field Theory” by Lewis Ryder (Cambridge Univ. Press, 1996, 2nd ed.), pp. 137 ff. the modern way of dealing with antiparticles is described. The fermion equation has the great advantage of removing negative energy. What has to be done now is to recognize that the ECE fermion field is a quantum field and is an operator of quantum mechanics. This is the procedure known as “second quantization”. It has been applied to the Dirac field for many years, but suddenly we know that the Dirac field is obsolete, it uses 4 x 4 matrices whereas the 2 x 2 Pauli matrices of the fermion equation are sufficient and preferred by Ockham’s Razor (the simpler theory is always chosen in physics and the natural sciences, and indeed the whole of philosophy). One questions now whether the Dirac equation had any advantages, because the spin half of the electron can be described by Pauli matrices; the Lande (g = 2) factor by the Schroedinger Pauli equation, and the Thomas factor by other methods. Dirac also made the major error of using the wrong gamma matrices, producing a “negative energy” that has caused endless confusion. Our lecturers at undergraduate certainly had no idea what the Dirac sea was and I suspect that no one ever did, least of all Paul Dirac himself. Having written this I suppose that the advantage of Dirac is its ability to pull things together, but now the ECE fermion equation can do all that in a simpler and much more powerful way. This is why a monograph on the fermion equation is timely. First I give the open source material as usual and then order it for a book at a later stage. |