**Author:**

Nikolov, Alexandar

**Category:**

Research Papers

**Sub-Category:**

Quantum Theory / Particle Physics

**Date Published:**

March 9, 2023

**Keywords:**

Principle of definiteness, Quantum physics, Planck's constant, Democritus atom, field matter particl

**Abstract:**

Even at its nascency, Quantum Physics falls into indefiniteness. The reason is a made error in
the law of electromagnetic wave energy: E=h.f , where h – Planck's constant, f=n/t – wave
frequency (number of oscillations n, per unit time t). As a result, we see a rate-dependent law
and a fundamental constant h without physical meaning. While the correct formula is: From
the power P=dE/dt=h.dn/dt, respectively, (dE/dt).dt= h.dn [watt.sec] or E=h.n . Here h is the
finitely discrete portion of energy E0 – const. of one wave period. The following is the
relationship: h/c2=m0 , where (c) is the speed of light and m0 – const. represents a finitely
discrete portion of mass – E0/m0=c2 (m0 – the indivisible atom of Democritus, the particle of
field matter). The m0 nucleus should be provoking a force reaction from the side of non-
spatial void around it. Thus, the pair of opposites forms the primary force-energy cell of
matter with size R and linear density ρ0=m0/R. Then for the primary force F0, from which all
m0 .m0 R2 forces originate, the dependence will be valid: F0=ρ0.с2 or F0 = (R. c 2 ).
. In this well- known formula, the expression (R.c2/m0) will be the gravitational constant G. Further, the mass m0 has its boundary spatial and force-dynamic relations, marking the constant quantum
beginning, from which the next determined structures of matter, respectively, the determined
physics, arise.

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