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La geometría maxwelliana aumentada del espacio y la Ecuación LC fundamental del fotón


Michaud, André


Research Papers


Quantum Theory / Particle Physics



Date Published:

January 17, 2022




Teoría de Maxwell, ecuaciones de Maxwell, teoría electromagnética, partículas colisionables, energía cinética, causalidad, aceleración, pares electrón-positrón, 1,022 MeV, neutrino, ecuaci&


Descripción de una nueva geometría del espacio que permite explicar la existencia de todas las partículas estables que colisionan físicamente únicamente a partir de la Teoría Electromagnética de Maxwell. Esta geometría más amplia del espacio conduce a una mecánica electromagnética de las partículas que comprende una serie continua de secuencias de interacciones claramente definidas que proporcionan un vínculo causal ininterrumpido desde: 1) las cantidades de energía cinética unidireccional que se inducen por aceleración coulombiana o gravitacional en las partículas elementales masivas; 2) la cuantización de esta energía en forma de fotones libres de cualquier cantidad de esta energía en exceso de la cantidad precisa requerida por el equilibrio electromagnético local estable o metaestable; 3) la creación de pares electrón/positrón al desestabilizar los fotones de energía 1. 022 MeV o más; 4) la creación de protones y neutrones a partir de la in-teracción de electrones y positrones forzados a interactuar en grupos de tres de ambos tipos en un volumen de espacio suficientemente pequeño y con una energía insuficiente para permitirles escapar de la captura mutua; y finalmente 5) a la liberación en forma de neutrinos de cualquier exceso momentáneo de masa en reposo metaestable cuando las partículas elementales masivas sobreexcitadas son obligadas por el equilibrio electromagnético local a volver a su nivel de masa en reposo más bajo


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