Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
December 16, 2017
Charge, Newtonian Spherical Property, atomic spectra, STOE
The Scalar Theory of Everything (STOE) model of the universe has
suggested that the small world has classical analogies that account for
quantum effects and that there are only two components of the universe.
Therefore, the characteristic of the plenum, hods, and their interactions
must yield all the observed effects. The STOE is extended to speculate
about other observations. The “voids” in the large-scale structure of the
universe are explained in terms of hod magnetism. The characteristics of
turbulent flow vortices in the plenum describe charge. Models that suggest
a point particle are describing the Newtonian Spherical property of the
plenum rather than a physical dimension of particles. This yields the
equation similarity between charge force and gravity force. The atomic
line spectra of particle photons result from electrons in plenum troughs.
The weird quantum postulates are unnecessary to explain the small-scale.