Scheme of Calculation of the Anomalous g Factor of the Electron in FED

The scheme of calculation of the anomalous g factor of the electron in fluid electrodynamics (FED) is to use the previous work on the quantized Einstein equation, described in many UFT papers, and augment the minimal prescription by the ECE2 spacetime potential, v(vac), the spacetime velocity field, which sets up an additional material potential W = x v (vac) as in UFT356. The fluid velocity field relevant to the anomalous g factor is an intrinsic velocity field of FED, and a fundamental property of nature. The calculation results in a change of the Dirac g factor of exactly 2, and the velocity field is given experimentally by the measured g factor of the electron, among the most precisely known quantities in physics. In this case x = m / e, where m is the mass of the electron and e the magnitude of the electron charge. So p(matter) is changed to m v (vac) where m is the mass of the electron. This is a far simpler and more powerful explanation of the anomalous g factor than any hitherto made, notably quantum electrodynamics (QED), and is preferred by Ockham’s Razor

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