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In my last article, I proposed that radiation pressure(universal lightity) is the best candidate of dark energy which causes universe expansion. Because gravity, electromagnetism, and lightity are all mediated by space-time, the three fundamental forces can be united in one equation. I call this Hu’s Uinfication Theory (HUT). It is a preliminary small building and I hope to hear everybody’s comments. Because the radiation pressure formula isP=(K/c)T^4 (K=Stefan-Boltzman constant, T=absolute temperature)The stress tensor should be:H=F/A=(K/c)*a*T^4/A (a=surface area of central galactic core, A=peripheral area)Thus,H=(K/c)*Tr (Tr=radiation pressure stress tensor)Similar to Einstein’s universe field equation, I propose:R+F-H=(Ug/c^2)Tg+(Ue/c^2)Te-(K/c)Tr

Quote from: wanchungIn my last article, I proposed that radiation pressure(universal lightity) is the best candidate of dark energy which causes universe expansion. Because gravity, electromagnetism, and lightity are all mediated by space-time, the three fundamental forces can be united in one equation. I call this Hu’s Uinfication Theory (HUT). It is a preliminary small building and I hope to hear everybody’s comments. Because the radiation pressure formula isP=(K/c)T^4 (K=Stefan-Boltzman constant, T=absolute temperature)The stress tensor should be:H=F/A=(K/c)*a*T^4/A (a=surface area of central galactic core, A=peripheral area)Thus,H=(K/c)*Tr (Tr=radiation pressure stress tensor)Similar to Einstein’s universe field equation, I propose:R+F-H=(Ug/c^2)Tg+(Ue/c^2)Te-(K/c)TrInteresting; radiation pressure must exist universally, yet, we never see any consideration of it in the calculations regarding the cosmos. I wonder if it is really neglegable as we seem to assume.

In my dot-wave theory, the universe eventually breaks down into low energy dot-waves. Thus conentrated matter/energy becomes huge volumes of simple plus and minus dot-waves. Over time, the charge of the dot-waves becomes zero. Therefore the energy of the universe becomes zero. It is only potential energy.

Quote from: jerrygg38In my dot-wave theory, the universe eventually breaks down into low energy dot-waves. Thus conentrated matter/energy becomes huge volumes of simple plus and minus dot-waves. Over time, the charge of the dot-waves becomes zero. Therefore the energy of the universe becomes zero. It is only potential energy.Was there a reason that the universe must eventually break down; or did you just think it would be neat. []I am interested in this thread; I don't know if you noticed, but wanchung came up with the same dimensions for an electron that I did; it is even comprised of the same stuff.

d = h/(pi x mc)Stated simply, the result of all this was that shell diameter was equal to Planck's constant divided by the product of pi, shell mass, and the speed of light.

...sorry, you cannot view external links. To see them, please REGISTER or LOGIN wrote an article based upon my ...sorry, you cannot view external links. To see them, please REGISTER or LOGIN The derivation for the diameter of the electron is at the bottom of the Willis Thompson paper. I didn't visualize the electron as having a length; it is more like a sphere comprised of the path of the trapped photon.Quote from: Willis Thompson paperd = h/(pi x mc)Stated simply, the result of all this was that shell diameter was equal to Planck's constant divided by the product of pi, shell mass, and the speed of light.

I don't understand the electron as having anything to do with a quark; in my hypothesis, quarks might be the sub shells within a proton and neutron. Although they don't resemble the QFC quarks, we should call them quarks in reverence to the past efforts. I just call them shells.

The electron would be a single quark. However when it is squeezed by external forces toward the proton, the electron breaks apart into three parts.

Quote from: jerrygg38The electron would be a single quark. However when it is squeezed by external forces toward the proton, the electron breaks apart into three parts.The electron would need to gain considerable energy to become three quarks; but I guess you can get that from the external forces.

As the neutron flows from the first state to the 104th state, it will absorb electrical energy and radiate photons. Then it will absorb photons and lose electrical energy. therefore the neutron is constantly absorbing and radiating energy.

Quote from: jerrygg38As the neutron flows from the first state to the 104th state, it will absorb electrical energy and radiate photons. Then it will absorb photons and lose electrical energy. therefore the neutron is constantly absorbing and radiating energy.I don't remember the 104 states of the neutron. Is this something you have determined?

Thus for n = 1/2, the waveshape must circle the radius twice to form a stable state. For n = 1/3 the waveshape must circle three times.

How could a proton or neutron move if it did not have different states and be able to absorb photonic energy??

Quote from: jerrygg38Thus for n = 1/2, the waveshape must circle the radius twice to form a stable state. For n = 1/3 the waveshape must circle three times.Quote How could a proton or neutron move if it did not have different states and be able to absorb photonic energy??Wouldn't you get two half cycles for one circle of the radius? That would produce spin 1/2. It seems to me that movement can occur when the neutron gains energy by absorbing a quantum of energy. I have trouble visualizing exactly what are the states that the neutron is changing from and changing to.

So, the different states of the neutron are different sizes? I must have missed the mathematical connection between the states. You probably have some connection between states and a progression from one state to another.

In equation 5-65 a stable wavelength is one in which the wavelength is 2 pi times the radius. In addition any whole number n also provides stability.

Quote from: jerrygg38In equation 5-65 a stable wavelength is one in which the wavelength is 2 pi times the radius. In addition any whole number n also provides stability.Did you notice that the equation describes a circle. One wave length completed in one circumference. I like that []It does not radiate because the lines of electromagnetic force need not pass through each other in that pattern. Those were the lines of reasoning that led me to suspect that the fields could self resonate in a closed loop.