**Auteur :** Israel Fried

**la langue :** en

**Éditeur:** Lulu.com

**Date de sortie :** 2009-12-11

In this revision: The electric charge of a subatomic particle is originated from its Orbital Angular Momentum (OAM). There is explanation for the electron's zero OAM at ground state, interpreted as the OAM is not necessarily related to motion. The electron mass is a magnitude that expresses quantitatively the square of its magnetic flux quantum. The proton, the neutron and all baryons consist of three energy levels on which the quarks are orbiting. The third energy level is equivalent to 80.5 Gev; it plays a role at decaying process through the weak force while hosting charged mesons (Pentaquark for instance) that are emitted thru W bosons which acquire the level's energy. The quark's OAM is a third or two thirds of the reduced Planck constant. The proton's missing spin is resolved by quarks OAM contribution. The electron is a bound state composition of a negative Pi meson and electron neutrino. The Schrsdinger's Quantum numbers are obtained thru a different approach, not thru solving the wave function!

**Auteur :** Enzo Tonti

**la langue :** en

**Éditeur:** Springer Science & Business Media

**Date de sortie :** 2013-09-07

The theories describing seemingly unrelated areas of physics have surprising analogies that have aroused the curiosity of scientists and motivated efforts to identify reasons for their existence. Comparative study of physical theories has revealed the presence of a common topological and geometric structure. The Mathematical Structure of Classical and Relativistic Physics is the first book to analyze this structure in depth, thereby exposing the relationship between (a) global physical variables and (b) space and time elements such as points, lines, surfaces, instants, and intervals. Combining this relationship with the inner and outer orientation of space and time allows one to construct a classification diagram for variables, equations, and other theoretical characteristics. The book is divided into three parts. The first introduces the framework for the above-mentioned classification, methodically developing a geometric and topological formulation applicable to all physical laws and properties; the second applies this formulation to a detailed study of particle dynamics, electromagnetism, deformable solids, fluid dynamics, heat conduction, and gravitation. The third part further analyses the general structure of the classification diagram for variables and equations of physical theories. Suitable for a diverse audience of physicists, engineers, and mathematicians, The Mathematical Structure of Classical and Relativistic Physics offers a valuable resource for studying the physical world. Written at a level accessible to graduate and advanced undergraduate students in mathematical physics, the book can be used as a research monograph across various areas of physics, engineering and mathematics, and as a supplemental text for a broad range of upper-level scientific coursework.

**Auteur :** David Kaiser

**la langue :** en

**Éditeur:** W. W. Norton & Company

**Date de sortie :** 2011-06-27

“Meticulously researched and unapologetically romantic, How the Hippies Saved Physics makes the history of science fun again.”—Science In the 1970s, an eccentric group of physicists in Berkeley, California, banded together to explore the wilder side of science. Dubbing themselves the “Fundamental Fysiks Group,” they pursued an audacious, speculative approach to physics, studying quantum entanglement in terms of Eastern mysticism and psychic mind reading. As David Kaiser reveals, these unlikely heroes spun modern physics in a new direction, forcing mainstream physicists to pay attention to the strange but exciting underpinnings of quantum theory.

**Auteur :** J. S. Bell

**la langue :** en

**Éditeur:** Cambridge University Press

**Date de sortie :** 2004-06-03

John Bell, FRS was one of the leading expositors and interpreters of modern quantum theory. He is particularly famous for his discovery of the crucial difference between the predictions of conventional quantum mechanics and the implications of local causality, a concept insisted on by Einstein. John Bell's work played a major role in the development of our current understanding of the profound nature of quantum concepts and of the fundamental limitations they impose on the applicability of the classical ideas of space, time and locality. This book includes all of John Bell's published and unpublished papers on the conceptual and philosophical problems of quantum mechanics, including two papers that appeared after the first edition was published. The book includes a short Preface written by the author for the first edition, and also an introduction by Alain Aspect that puts into context John Bell's enormous contribution to the quantum philosophy debate.

**Auteur :** Lee Smolin

**la langue :** en

**Éditeur:** Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

**Date de sortie :** 2013

A theoretical physicist and author of the controversial best-seller The Trouble with Physics describes his new approach for thinking about the reality of time and explains his theory about the laws of physics not being timeless but rather capable of evolving.