UFT245, vacuum charge density

I would say that your topological theory with Doug Lindstrom is very interesting and valid, also the work in UFT85 and UFT170 on the radiative corrections. One could also invert the argument and propose that the vacuum charge current density arises from the vacuum four potential through R. The observable radiative corrections mean that there is a source for them in the vacuum. Usually the radiative corrections are thought of as fluctuations on some background. The background is not observable as you rightly argue, but the fluctuations are.

In a message dated 29/07/2013 12:13:16 GMT Daylight Time, writes:

A remark concerning the charge density of the vacuum:
It is not easily understandable that there is a vacuum charge density which is the origin of the vacuum potential. The potential is experimentally measurable but there is no “background charge” detectable or something like that. A solution could come from the paper “solutions of the ECE vacuum equations”. When non-linear terms are included, it was shown that there is a “topological” charge density

– nabla * (omega Phi)

i.e. spacetime curvature/torsion acts as a source for potential. This can only be understood within the framework of a non-linear theory.

Horst

Verschickt: So, 28 Jul 2013 2:04 pm
Betreff: FOR POSTING: UFT245 Sections 1 and 2, NEW ECE Theory and Photon Mass

These are my sections 1 and 2 of UFT245 with its eight background notes. Thanks in anticipation to Dave Burleigh.

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PS to Bernhard Foltz

Many thanks, I set up this working group for any further correspondence. I suggest that the Muinich group discuss these points when the typeset version of UFT244 is ready and if there are any outstanding points please discuss with this working group. It would be interesting to try a Compton scattering experiment with two electron beams at ninety degrees. The background to this work is UFT158 to UFT170 on www.aias.us. Do oyu have the apparatus in Munich to try an RFR experiment using a circularly polarized radio frequency beam interacting with electrons in a beam, foil, semiconductor or plasma?

Sent: 29/07/2013 01:29:45 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: PS to Bernhard Foltz

Dear Myron

Since the meeting in Aberystwyth I received so many wonderful mails, so
I need a very long time for to answer all. So I must please you to
forgive me the late reply.

Thanks for the papernotes 244(5) and your additional hints.

Thanks also for your understanding of my love to discuss. For me is
this, together with your intuition and – last not least – the
experiment, an important part of doing science.

I will meet Horst for to talk about your formulae, and for this goal I
have typed your hand written text into the computer, together with a
slightly modified naming of the variables, and some questions for to
discuss – see attachment.

Regards,
Bernhard

EMyrone@aol.com schrieb, Am 29.06.2013 09:24:
> I understand that you come from a tradition of the discussion method,
> (as opposed to my inductive method), but I suggest that Horst and
> yourself go through this not line by line, and also the rest of the
> group. It will be seen that the idea of a photon mass being the same
> as the electron mass leads directly to eq. (12), which is the usual
> equation of the Compton effect. Your suggestion of experiments is
> always interesting, and to me RFR is the most interesting. The
> mathematics of this note are very simple, and anyone with an O Level
> should be able to understand them. If the mathematics are ducked by
> those trained in mathematics, then no progress will be made.
> Specifically:
> 1) Equation (1) is the relativistic conservation of total energy when
> a photon with mass collides with an electron. Note carefully that
> TOTAL energy is conserved.
> 2) Equations (2) and (3) are the de Broglie equations fro photon and
> electron.
> 3) Equation (4) is conservation of energy with a static photon, total
> energy is again conserved.
> 4) Equation (5) is a rearrangement of eq. (4).
> 5) Equation (6) describes the complete transfer of energy from photon
> to electron, without binding energy.
> 6) Equation (7) is a consequence of equation (6), mass of electron
> equals mass of photon.
> 7) Equation (8) is what is observed in the photoelectric effect.
> 8) Equation (9) introduces the binding energy.
> 9) Equation (10) is conservation of total energy in the presence of
> binding energy.
> 10) If the photon and electron masses are equal, the usual equation of
> the photoelectric effect is recovered, equation (12).
> The mass of the photon being equal to the mass of the electron is
> perfectly consistent with the usual theory of the photoelectric effect.

Paper244(5)-org.pdf

Paper244(5)-mod.pdf

Paper244(5)-discussion.pdf

PS to Bernhard Foltz

Dear Myron

Since the meeting in Aberystwyth I received so many wonderful mails, so I need a very long time for to answer all. So I must please you to forgive me the late reply.

Thanks for the papernotes 244(5) and your additional hints.

Thanks also for your understanding of my love to discuss. For me is this, together with your intuition and – last not least – the experiment, an important part of doing science.

I will meet Horst for to talk about your formulae, and for this goal I have typed your hand written text into the computer, together with a slightly modified naming of the variables, and some questions for to discuss – see attachment.

Regards,
Bernhard

EMyrone@aol.com schrieb, Am 29.06.2013 09:24:
> I understand that you come from a tradition of the discussion method, > (as opposed to my inductive method), but I suggest that Horst and > yourself go through this not line by line, and also the rest of the > group. It will be seen that the idea of a photon mass being the same > as the electron mass leads directly to eq. (12), which is the usual > equation of the Compton effect. Your suggestion of experiments is > always interesting, and to me RFR is the most interesting. The > mathematics of this note are very simple, and anyone with an O Level > should be able to understand them. If the mathematics are ducked by > those trained in mathematics, then no progress will be made. > Specifically:
> 1) Equation (1) is the relativistic conservation of total energy when > a photon with mass collides with an electron. Note carefully that > TOTAL energy is conserved.
> 2) Equations (2) and (3) are the de Broglie equations fro photon and > electron.
> 3) Equation (4) is conservation of energy with a static photon, total > energy is again conserved. > 4) Equation (5) is a rearrangement of eq. (4).
> 5) Equation (6) describes the complete transfer of energy from photon > to electron, without binding energy.
> 6) Equation (7) is a consequence of equation (6), mass of electron > equals mass of photon. > 7) Equation (8) is what is observed in the photoelectric effect. > 8) Equation (9) introduces the binding energy.
> 9) Equation (10) is conservation of total energy in the presence of > binding energy.
> 10) If the photon and electron masses are equal, the usual equation of > the photoelectric effect is recovered, equation (12).
> The mass of the photon being equal to the mass of the electron is > perfectly consistent with the usual theory of the photoelectric effect.
Paper244(5)-org.pdf
Paper244(5)-mod.pdf
Paper244(5)-discussion.pdf

The Yukawa Potential and Proca Equation

The Proca equation as first derived in the mid thirties became the focus of particle physics because it has one solution, called the Yukawa potential, that was thought to be responsible for short range forces in nuclear physics. Then it was discarded in favour of the strong field theory, quarks and gluons. In UFT245 I have discarded it in favour of the much older Lienard Wiechert solutions. One of the several major consequences of UFT245 is that the Coulomb and Ampere laws are shown to be compatible with any photon mass. The latter does not change the form of these laws. The Coulomb law is among the most precisely tested in all physics after about 250 years of experimental testing with ever increasing precision. The Higgs boson and the saga of many adjustables rests on the assumption of zero photon mass, and the Yukawa potential was used by the standard dogmatists to assert that photon mass is zero because there are no deviations from Coulomb’s law. ECE is essentially the inheritor of the de Broglie / Vigier photon mass school, which produces an entirely different physics from the old standard model. I will explain this in Essay 85. Standard physics is now in real trouble, it has been peppered by a hundred refutations by many of the best physicists of the twentieth century. The Higgs thing asserts that there are particles without mass, which can only be without mass if twenty adjustable parameters are arranged in any way you want to say so. It costs a thousand million per adjustable, and there is yet more to come, a super duper linear collider that looks for nothing at all with a hundred adjustables, and which can be arranged in such a way as to ensure funding from the peasants, sorry, taxpayers. Meanwhile the world is about to freeze from global warming, with a hundred thousand flailing turbines all becalmed in mid winter. Clouseau could have done no better.

Estimation of Photon Mass in the New ECE Theory

This is given by eq. (46) of UFT245 just posted on this blog, and within a new fundamental constant x is the ratio of vacuum charge density in coulombs per cubic metre to vacuum scalar potential in volts. This new ECE theory has emerged after ten years of development and is capable of a lot more development. The new fundamental constant is x = (h bar / c) squared / epsilon sub 0 = 1. 4 ten power minus 74 in magnitude. I will write up essay 85 on these sections of UFT245. Co authors Horst Eckardt and Doug Lindstrom have greatly developed resonance and vacuum ECE theory, antisymmetry in ECE theory and other topics. UFT245 discards the Yukawa potential as unphysical and introduces a new phase of photon mass theory. In ECE mass is related to R of the ECE wave equation and is no longer a naively simple constant.

UFT245 docx file for translation by Alex Hill

NEW ECE THEORY AND APPLICATIONS TO PHOTON MASS.docx

FOR POSTING: UFT245 Sections 1 and 2, NEW ECE Theory and Photon Mass

These are my sections 1 and 2 of UFT245 with its eight background notes. Thanks in anticipation to Dave Burleigh.

a245thpaper.pdf

a245thpapernotes1.pdf

a245thpapernotes2.pdf

a245thpapernotes3.pdf

a245thpapernotes4.pdf

a245thpapernotes5.pdf

a245thpapernotes6.pdf

a245thpapernotes7.pdf

a245thpapernotes8.pdf

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