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"Emission & Regeneration" Unified Field Theory

Osvaldo Domann
Year: 2012 Pages: 13
This work presents a relativistic mathematical model for basic subatomic particles (BSPs) like electrons, positrons and neutrinos, model that is based on fundamental particles that are continuously emitted and absorbed by the subatomic particles. Subatomic particles interact via the longitudinal and transversal angular momentum of their fundamental particles, angular momentum that are proportional to the energy of the subatomic particles. The rules of interaction between the longitudinal and transversal angular momentum of fundamental particles are specified and the corresponding equations for the calculations of the linear momentum between subatomic particles are presented. From the model results that the radius of a subatomic particle is inverse proportional to its energy and, that the incremental time to generate the force out of linear momentum is quantized. All known forces are derived as rotors from one vector field generated by the longitudinal and transversal angular momentum of the fundamental particles. The equation of the linear momentum between two static BSPs is analyzed in detail to show why protons in an atomic nucleus coexist, how gravitation is generated and why heavy atomic nuclei radiate. The mechanism of elastic and destructive scattering of particles, based on the interactions between fundamental particles, is described. A classification of BSPs with light speed is presented and the photon introduced as a sequence of BSPs. Based on the quantification of the irradiated energy of BSPs, the Bragg equation, the Stern Gerlach bending and the flattening of galaxies' rotation curve are derived, without making use respectively of the wave-particle, the magnetic spin moment and dark matter, thus introducing a different physical interpretation of the underlying phenomenon. The two states of the spin of BSPs is replaced by the pair building of two types of BSPs, namely the accelerating and decelerating BSPs. (For full version see related website)