Date: 2013-04-20 Time: 07:00 - 09:00 US/Pacific (7 years 2 months ago)
America/Los Angeles: 2013-04-20 07:00 (DST)
America/New York: 2013-04-20 10:00 (DST)
America/Sao Paulo: 2013-04-20 11:00
Europe/London: 2013-04-20 14:00
Asia/Colombo: 2013-04-20 19:30
Australia/Sydney: 2013-04-21 01:00 (DST)
Where: Online Video Conference
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This work presents the mechanism for the generation of all known forces from a common field, based on an approach where the energy of an electron or positron is radially distributed in space. The energy is stored in fundamental particles (FPs) that fill the whole space and which move radially and continuously through a focal point in space, point where classically the energy of a subatomic particle is thought to be concentrated.
FPs store the energy in longitudinal and transversal rotations defining corresponding angular momentum equal to the Planck constant h.
Forces between subatomic particles are the product of the interactions of their FPs. The laws of interactions between fundamental particles are postulated in that way, that the linear momentum for all laws of physics can bederived from them, linear momentum that are generated out of opposed pairs of angular momentum of fundamental particles. All known forces are thus derived as rotors from one vector field generated by the longitudinal and transversal angular momentum of the fundamental particles.
From the model results, that the incremental time to generate a force out of linear momentum is quantized, and that all forces can be expressed as the product of the probability that FPs meet in space, an elementary linear momentum and the quantized incremental time.
Equations of the linear momentum between two BSPs are analyzed in detail to show why protons in an atomic nucleus coexist without the need of a strong force or gluons , why heavy atomic nuclei radiate without the need of a week force and how gravitation is generated without the need of gravitons and black matter.
Finally a new differential equation for the wave function is shown which replaces the Schroedinger quantum mechanics equation, and corresponding solutions for the Harmonic Oscillator and the Hydrogen Atom are presented.