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Xi Zhou
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Xi Zhou (Abstracts)
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  • Re-Developing Emission Theory III (2003) [Updated 3 years ago]

    This paper continues a re-development of emission theory. It demonstrates that the new emission theory can be extended to the gravitational field by advancing a new assumption concerning the propagation of the gravitational field and using that assumption to derive the equation of the gravitational field in emission theory. The new emission theory is testing according to the same tests used for conventional general relativity theory.


  • Re-Developing Emission Theory IV (2003) [Updated 9 years ago]

    This paper concludes a redevelopment of emission theory. It demonstrates that the new emission theory can be extended to a domain where the speed of a particle exceeds light speed. This is done by extending the basic equations of electromagnetic fields and the mass-energy relation formula of emission theory. The extended mass-energy relation with the particle speed exceeding light speed can explain observed tachyon phenomena.


  • Re-Developing Emission Theory II (2002) [Updated 9 years ago]

    This paper continues the redevelopment of emission theory. It demonstrates that new emission theory can be extended to quantum mechanics and quantum field theory. The basic equations of quantum mechanics and quantum field theory are obtained from it, and the fine structure of atomic spectrum of hydrogen is explained.


  • Re-Developing Emission Theory (2000) [Updated 9 years ago]

    Classical emission theory was not generally accepted because it encountered difficulties in the explanation of the double star results and of the Alv?ger experiment. In this paper, emission theory is re-developed from a new point of view. It is proposed that the velocity of light is quantized. The equations of electromagnetic potentials are derived in this emission theory. Using the rigid-sphere body model, the formula for the mass-energy relation in emission theory is obtained. The new emission theory can explain the Michelson-Morley experiment, the Kennedy-Thorndike experiment, stellar aberration, the Fizeau experiment, the double star results, the Alv?ger experiment, the transverse Doppler effect, the experimentally sensed variation of mass with velocity and general mass-energy equivalence.