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Dr. Milos Abadzic
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Dr. Milos Abadzic (Abstracts)
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  • One Step Back, Two Steps Forward (2009) [Updated 1 decade ago]
    by Milos Abadzic   read the paper:

    The work represents an attempt of introducing the new starting point in the process of looking at the bottom of the nature that surrounds us and which we are an integral part. It is in the form of several questions with short comments, I hope sufficient to open discussion about them but surely insufficient to explanation the attitudes behind these posts. For them there was no place in this conception of the article. That what characterize these problems and the accompanying commentary is a realistic approach to the observation of nature in all its complexity, including the dead and the living appearance's forms, especially the latter, which are still besides of attention of physics as the science of natural phenomenon and processes.


  • Quantization and Some Problems with It (2009) [Updated 1 decade ago]
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    In the article "One Step Back, Two Steps Forward", presented at this conference, is a point out to the need for re-examination of attitudes, which is base of modern physics. Since the theory of relativity and quantum physics are the foundations of modern physics to review applies to them. One of the assumptions of both of these theories has been experimentally obtained data on the behavior of radiation energy of black body that has established Planck in 1900 year. According to them the value of radiation's energy is equal to the product of a constant and frequency, which belongs to a series of natural numbers. This constant is called Planck constant h. It represents a fact that then, and even to this day, is not got the physical background and explanation. This is not bothered that its value has build into the explanation of behavior of many physical quantities, and that the process of quantization expand on the more physical and nonphysical magnitudes. Indisputable that the Planck constant has great significance in physical processes, but the question of whether so uni-versal as presents, and whether there are some limitations of its implementation. The analysis that I made show that such restrictions exist, which puts in doubt the validity of some relevant views in the modern physics. In this paper, I turn attention to some of these. Thereby it is based on the assumption that the process of quantization, no matter how broadly we understand it, should be linked to the most elemental particles that can meet in nature, or that the entire ana-lysis should be place on the so-called subelemental level (SEL).


  • Possibility of Cosmos Evolution (2009) [Updated 1 decade ago]
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    In the work "One Step Back, Two Steps Forward", one of the questions was whether the nature of single-use, with suggestions that it is not. This question is one of the fundamental with far reaching consequences on our under-standing of Nature. Suggested designation requires serious changes in the approach to observation of nature in general, and especially in defining the initial attitudes already in setting the basic conception its coherent model. Here are indicated the three basic conditions that such a model would have to accept. They were not difficult to set up, but there are two big obstacles for them:

    • First, to find a natural model of their fulfillment.
    • Second that such a model would be accepted, because it has significantly deviated from till now based attitudes of the Nature.

    NMN model (Razmi?ljanja o prirodi Prirode-1: Pojave i procesi) provides one such solution, which provides for the possibility of evolution of nature during its life, without interrupting this evolution at the universe's level, but predicts the cyclical changes of its limited space. This article should be viewed keeping in mind "One Step Back, Two Steps Forward" and "Quantization and Some Problems With It" presented at this conference.


  • Photon: Reality or Fiction (2009) [Updated 8 years ago]
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    It is indicative that we now, after more than a hundred years, ask the question what is the nature of light, or the photons. At the same time, many principles of modern physics based on this concept and its characteristics. Is it meant that with this kind of symposium's title implicitly advocating change the nature of electromagnetic waves (EMW) and photons as accepted their carrier? In this matter we must be aware that changes their characteristics mean a review and certainly correction of many laws and postures that ruled within the physics. In my opinion, it is extremely time to do it but I doubt that the majority of scientific community is ready for such a step. This my attitude about the need for changes based on the NMN model of nature, that I have developed (Natural Model of Nature), and which in the other light present nature of EMW. In this matter, I could not avoid two issues that are closely related to this nature: the speed and quantum of light.


  • Mr. Higgs Doesn't Reside There (2009) [Updated 1 decade ago]
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    In addition to all the significant success achieved in the last one hundred years or more, there is
    the impression of a large number of physicists that physics as a science, has arrived at a certain
    saturation, or that it has come to some kind of blind alley. Instead of progress in science
    reducing the number of unsolved issues, we are faced within increase in this number. Trying to
    overcome the difficulties, we introduce a variety of paradoxes, dualism or magnitudes without
    any natural basis. All this was not enough even for an illusory solution some newly found
    problems. Currently we expect from research in LHC (and as we hope ourselves), to find
    the Higgs particle, to which already are attributed a number of desired characteristics, which
    would enable us to resolve some of these issues. Wishes are nice but the question is whether or
    not they are realistic. I doubt the reality and think with part of our research we are pushing on
    the wrong side. No doubt we'll get some data for new particles from this research, but this will
    only be an increased of particles' debris created by decomposition. We may attribute to some of
    them, the desired properties and get magnitudes like the photon with currently unknown
    properties. I think that research requires some new approaches, not only for an increase in the
    energy resolution of our testing and measuring devices. This does not mean to belittle their
    importance but the question is whether the train leads to the desired goal - in this case, a deeper
    knowledge of Nature.


  • Behavior of Electrons in Atoms (2008) [Updated 1 decade ago]
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  • A New Aspect of Planck's Constant (2008) [Updated 4 years ago]
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    Determination of Planck's constant had to a great extent, a factual characteristic, like determining the speed of light. Some terms and values which were obtained, reflected real relations although the scientists were unaware of the characteristics and mechanisms of the processes involved. From today's point of the view, we cannot determine the extent of their knowledge from the erroneous hypotheses and theories which appeared later. The physical and the mathematical models presented, disturb the coherence of the real physical appearances and processes - merely confusing the understanding of what happens in nature. In this article, I have attempted (and I believe successfully to a great extent,) to take advantage of Planck constants for determining the characteristics of one of the sub-elemental magnitudes. The analysis is limited to elektrions, but would presumably apply to all other particle systems, with a certain degree of freedom in systems connected with elastic interactions. One of the important results of this analysis is that the carriers of electromagnetic processes are particles with electrical charges that are less than the charges of electrons and quarks. These data refute the theories associated with the Standard model which it seeks to correct. The purpose is not in introducing many smaller particles, but to point out the need to reassess theories that rely on the Standard model, such as the theory of relativity and quantum physics. From this analysis, there ensues some new approaches mentioned in the conclusions at the end of this article.


  • A New Aspect of Planck's Constant (2008) [Updated 4 years ago]
    by Milos Abadzic   read the paper:
    Determination of Planck's constant had to a great extent, a factual characteristic, like determining the speed of light. Some terms and values which were obtained, reflected real relations although the scientists were unaware of the characteristics and mechanisms of the processes involved. From today's point of the view, we cannot determine the extent of their knowledge from the erroneous hypotheses and theories which appeared later. The physical and the mathematical models presented, disturb the coherence of the real physical appearances and processes - merely confusing the understanding of what happens in nature. In this article, I have attempted (and I believe successfully to a great extent,) to take advantage of Planck constants for determining the characteristics of one of the sub-elemental magnitudes. The analysis is limited to elektrions, but would presumably apply to all other particle systems, with a certain degree of freedom in systems connected with elastic interactions. One of the important results of this analysis is that the carriers of electromagnetic processes are particles with electrical charges that are less than the charges of electrons and quarks. These data refute the theories associated with the Standard model which it seeks to correct. The purpose is not in introducing many smaller particles, but to point out the need to reassess theories that rely on the Standard model, such as the theory of relativity and quantum physics. From this analysis, there ensues some new approaches mentioned in the conclusions at the end of this article.

  • Naturalistic Model of Nature (2007) [Updated 8 years ago]
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    This book represents theories derived from research into appearances and processes within Nature. The theories originate from basic insight and studies, which often display an incongruity with respect to the theories of various scientific factions. The insights:

    1. Nature is unique for all its complexity and include matter, both living and inert.
    2. Our investigations into Nature are almost exclusively limited to inert matter, although biology is considered in connection with the phenomena of life forms. Such limitations provide the incentive that will in the forseeable future, manifest itself in a quintessential gnosis with respect to all aspects of natural phenomena and processes.
    3. Our knowledge has led to important discoveries, but they are still insufficient to explain all of the workings of Nature. Moreover there are:
      • A certain number of untenable physical notions.
      • An inconsistent application of accepted laws and hypotheses
      • Many disputed theories presented by various scientific groups
    4. A feeling that the field of investigation can be enlarged to include all manifestations of Nature, both in and around us.

  • Creating Sub-Atomic Structures by the MNM Model (2007) [Updated 4 years ago]
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    This article shows a developed Natural Model of Nature (NMN model) which creates subatomic structures and determines their fundamental characteristics. This begins with elementary electronic triplets, (as the most complex sub-elemental structure), and in virtue of them, builds all subatomic particles. In that respect, these interactions always have all three fundamental sub-elemental particles present. It is reasonable to assume that the act of creating subatomic particles causes the appearance of notable variances in relation to existing configurations. There is a favorable circumstance in that the data can be scrutinized by various means. Some of the configurations shall be identified later to explain characteristics and processes at atomic and molecular levels. On this level , there is still no differentiation between particles which could explain differences between inert and living matter. Both subatomic structures and atoms themselves have standalone characteristics. In addition, experiments with processes that create and decompose subatomic particles will reveal their various structures. The conclusions which follow have seriously implications connected to the characteristics and operations of the various particles. For appreciation of this article, one requires an acquaintance with the contents of "Naturalistic Model of Nature", and if possible, with Concerning the Nature of Nature.