Mechanics / Electrodynamics
September 4, 2012
In spite it has been already represented as the relation between the orbital speed of the hydrogen molecule orbital electron and the speed of light, the fine structure constant may also be regarded as the sinus of the angle between the resultant of the ether particle impulses striking the electron and the straight line drawn through the electron and molecule’s nucleus, as well as the relation between the frontal and full resistances of the ether to the electron’s movement. The eccentric force equal but opposite to the Coulomb force pressing the electron towards the molecular nucleus being the main component of the full ethereal resistance to the electron’s movement, the fine structure constant can also be considered as approximately equal to the relation between the frontal resistance and the eccentric or Coulomb force. The fine structure constant as it is considered by the modern physics is related exclusively to the hydrogen molecule electron; but it has its analogues in other planetary systems, in which the satellite’s motion is initiated by the strikes delivered by the ethereal particles, and at least approximately directed to the system’s center.