A Wave Theory of Universal Resonance [Volume 2] - The Decoding of QED and a Re-Imagination of the Atomic Orbital Model of Physics

von: James Everitt

GRIN Verlag , 2018

ISBN: 9783668661547 , 593 Seiten

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A Wave Theory of Universal Resonance [Volume 2] - The Decoding of QED and a Re-Imagination of the Atomic Orbital Model of Physics


Document from the year 2018 in the subject Physics - Theoretical Physics, grade: N/A, , language: English, abstract: Having established in Volume 1 a model of the 'Unitary Universal Cohesive Field' and the conceivable basis of its correlation with the observations and analytical structure at the foundation of orthodox QED theory and proceeds to deal explicitly with a review of the Hydrogen spectrum and reinterpretation of Rydberg's original formula according to those same principles, including a derivation of Rydberg's constant from the number [2Q/137] explained in Appendix J1. More specifically, this is an analysis of the Hydrogen [H1] spectrum according to the principles in cohesive mechanics governing the dynamic frame of 'a-s/c' synthesis within which such an effect is constrained to arise which is then related through a revised interpretation of the 'Rydberg formula' in which the 'Rydberg constant [Ra]' is derived from first principles (and the measurable 'speed of light c') to the conventional atomic orbital model of QED theory. This approach is itself based on the reasoned correlation between a geometric or trigonometric model of rotational 'moments of inertia [Im]' intrinsic to such a frame of empirically-induced 'a-s/c' synthesis--from which H1 spectral frequencies may be inferred--, and a hypothesis upon the basis of the ostensible configuration of the dynamic frame of synthesis which is the substrate of the QED model in that of the synthesis or integration of dominant components in distribution of cohesive force and inertia implicit in such frames. As such, this reinterpretation attributes the configuration of the H1 spectrum to the mechanical relation between a reorienting force applied to the elemental state of hydrogen gas to induce that spectrum and what are imagined as the 'rotational moments of cohesive inertia' intrinsic to that state; and therefore develops a trigonometric model of the elaboration of that spectrum. Volume 2 further postulates an 'elemental scale' based on the mathematical harmonics implicit in the model of such a 'unitary cohesive field' (Section 4A), while Appendices D and E include discussions of a range of topics, including 'Renormalisation' and the fallacy of 'time dilation' in 'Special Relativity Theory'. Section 4B is a supplementary article entitled, 'The Metaphysics of Coincidence', and incorporates a basic model of Celestial Motion based on the same model.