Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
November 2, 2020
angular momentum, electron, electron-positron pair, magnetic field strength, magnetic moment, Neddermeyer, pi-meson, positron, “quarks,” spin-one, spin-zero, Sternglass
In this essay the writer presents evidence that one can describe the forces and energies inside the neutral pi-meson in a semi-classical way, with no reference to “quarks” --- which have never been observed in a physics lab. This evidence is based on the work of Ernest Sternglass (PhD, Cornell University, 1953) ----- as this writer could never have figured any of it out, as he has no formal training in astro- or nuclear- physics.