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This is a book about Dr. David Maker's new generally covariant generalization of the Dirac equation sqr(kii)gamma DEGREESidpsi/dx DEGREESi- wpsi=0 with koo=1/krr=1-rH/r (1.9) with koo= 1-2e DEGREES2/rmec DEGREES2, 1-rH/r This new equation explicitly includes curved space (i.e., rH not zero), thus includes force, thus naturally explains all the forces with direct, straightforward derivation. For example at r>rH the third term in the expansion of the energy term (in this new pde) gives the Lamb shift without the higher order diagrams, doesn't require the standard pathology of adding and subtracting infinities to get the QED high precision. Even if the mistake is made of setting rH=0 we still explain why the infinities are then needed to get this high precision if the gauges are then added Thus even the QED high precision results are understood here from first principles, eq.1.9. Also at r-rH it gives a bound state 2P3/2 trifolium, thus charge e spends 1/3 of its time in each lobe (fractionally charged lobes), there are 6 P states (6 flavors), the lobes can't leave (asymptotic freedom), P wave scattering (jets), explaining all the major properties of quarks (giving us the strong interaction without any new assumptions! The standard Dirac equation on the other hand applies to flat space (rH=0 there), which is a mistake to use (except for in flat space) since indeed there are forces. So what do people do to try to get the experimental results after making such an egregious error? They add in gauge after gauge, Lagrangian term after Lagrangian term, free parameter after free parameter: when their model doesn't explain new experimental results they just fudge in a new term, resulting in a big mess of a theory that confuses, stops the progress of theoretical physics dead in its tracks. Why they ca
  • ISBN13: 9781452002200
  • Publisher: Authorhouse
  • Pubilcation Year: 2010
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 00160
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FormatPaperback
Publication DateJuly 27, 2010
Primary CategoryEducation/General
Publisher ImprintAuthorhouse

Physics Implications of a New 1st Order Pde

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