Executive Summary |
By incorporating angular momentum and thereby solving Einstein's Unitary Field Theory, and Schrödinger's wave functions, we have been able to derive the proton 2.7928 magneton, the neutron structure and its -1.9135 magneton, ½-spin, and neutrino, deuterium's, tritium's, helium-3's and helium-4's binding energies, magnetons and spins, and the tau, kaon, pion and muon mass energies in terms of the Classical F_{C} = k_{e}e^{2}/r^{2} coulomb relation and Relativistic 1 = 1_{o}(1 - v^{2}/c^{2})^{½} and
m = m_{o}/(1 - v^{2}/c^{2})^{½} Lorentz Transformations.
W. T. Gray has mathematically linked relativity to quantum mechanics through interchangeable exchanges using a classical physics analysis and Bohr's correspondence principle from the perspective of the electron based upon Bohr's correspondence principle.
Schrödinger's quantum interpretation based upon Planck's Constant as a unit of energy can only predict electron behaviors in terms of probabilities. However, by interpreting Planck's Constant as a force-space-time energy density and changing the observer's perspective to that of the electron which knows its position 100% of the time it was possible to develop a proton:electron:proton nuclear model that explains and derives specific values for 60 unexplained phenomena (see table below) to within 1% of their empirical values:
For the: | Calculated phenomena: | |
proton | magneton | |
neutron | magneton, structure, spin | |
neutrino | energy, structure, spin | |
deuterium | magneton, structure, spin, binding energy | |
tritium | magneton, structure, spin, binding energy | |
helium-3 | magneton, structure, spin, binding energy | |
helium-4 | magneton, structure, spin, binding energy | |
lithium-6 | magneton, structure, spin, binding energy | |
lithium-7 | magneton, structure, spin, binding energy | |
carbon-12 | magneton, structure, spin, binding energy | |
carbon-14 | magneton, structure, spin, binding energy | |
nitrogen-14 | magneton, structure, spin, binding energy, ½-life | |
tau ^{+}/- | origin, mass energy | |
tau neutrino | origin, energy | |
kaon ^{+}/- | origin, mass energy | |
kaon ° | origin, mass energy | |
pion ^{+}/- | origin, mass energy | |
pion ° | origin, mass energy | |
muon ^{+}/- | origin, mass energy | |
muon neutrino | origin, energy |
Lastly, subsequent to the above discoveries we have been able to explain why only matter forms in our expanding Universe, but anti-matter does not, and why Black Holes allow low energy infrared to escape but not light from within the visible spectrum.