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**New Theories / Photons aren't Points or Strings?**

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Doesn't circular polarizability imply photons are not points or strings?

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Doesn't circular polarizability imply photons are not points or strings?

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Doesn't the state vectors of Quantum Mechanics suggest there is a physical space quite distinct from the 4D spacetime we know?

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When a particle and its antiparticle meets at exactly equal and opposite momentum, does its annihilation still produce a photon?

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Dark Energy has negative pressure, so does it have negative temperature?

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I have published a new theory of nuclear structure. See:

https://ijasr.org/2021%20volume%204%20issue%202%20March%20-%20April.html,

article 3.

https://ijasr.org/2021%20volume%204%20issue%202%20March%20-%20April.html,

article 3.

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I had the insight that photons are created from the discarded momentum of electrons and that the nucleus of the atom is involved in the process. It happens as follows: the electron senses the electromagnetic field of the atom. If there is an empty orbital the electron instructs space to copy it into this orbital while discarding momentum. The electron also instructs space to copy all of a 2D slice of space into a Riemann half-sphere-half-antisphere and injects the excess momentum into it. This becomes the photon. Now there are two electrons but just for 1 planck time. The first electron then instructs space to delete it. The whole process takes 3*planck time. Space deletes the electron by transferring all its properties into the other electron and the photon and then expanding the Riemann half-sphere-half-antisphere onto a 2D slice of space. While the momentum is being transferred to the protophoton it has nonzero dp/dt, so there is a force on it. The protophoton exists for 1 planck time and is accellerated by the next planck time to the speed of light, undergoing near infinite acelleration.

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In my model of the electron it is permissible for it to spin faster than light because the mass is concentrated on the rotating axis and only space points need to rotate faster than light.

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The following two processes are equivalent:

1. Photons are produced at the speed of light.

2. Photons are produced at zero speed and then a force acts on them immediately, providing infinite acceleration to the speed of light.

1. Photons are produced at the speed of light.

2. Photons are produced at zero speed and then a force acts on them immediately, providing infinite acceleration to the speed of light.

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We can use the additive identity 0, multiplicative identity 1 and power identity (.)^{1}.

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Is the Soul made of dark matter?

We don't see Souls.

We don't see Souls.

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When I use the current density of a point particle I get excessively high energy.

The current density of a point charge is of course:

**J** = (4e/3πl_{p}^{3})**v**?

where l_{p} is the Planck length, e is the electron charge and **v** is the velocity of the point particle.

The current density of a point charge is of course:

where l

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What numbers are assigned for the colors of a quark?

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We have ρ = e/Δv. Since for a point particle we make Δv infinitesimally small, doesn't this imply infinite charge density at the particle's position?

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The charge can be located at a position in 3-space. Howcome is the charge density then not expressed as a 3-tuple?

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Do the vibrating molecules created by a supersonic aircraft quantum tunnel to the position where it is heard from?

How does it know where to tunnel to?

How does it know where to tunnel to?

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They say the lagrangian has a term: ∑_{i} q**x**'_{i} **A**_{i}.

Shouldn't it read: ∑_{i,j} q**x**'_{i} **A**_{j} with i ≠ j, since particle i is moving in the field created by particle j?

Do you just sum similarly if there are 3 particles?

Shouldn't it read: ∑

Do you just sum similarly if there are 3 particles?

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Yes. If Mathematics is incomplete, so is Physics. Incompleteness is the inability to prove within the system some true statement.

What could be an example of such a statement?

What could be an example of such a statement?

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String theory says particles are strings. This does not rhyme with particles made of different quarks since strings are alike.

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We have 3 colors and 3 anti-colors so there can be "Mesons" made of 2 quarks and 2 anti-quarks or made of 3 quarks and 3 anti-quarks and it will be held together by the strong force.

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Ha, ha: now you would have to deal with my non-point-particle-theory since it explains why Anyons have e/3 charge - point particle theories can't begin to explain this. The article is attached.

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Anyons.pdf (32.31 kB - downloaded 23 times)