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Is a Deterministic Ring Theory of Particles the answer to a TOE
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Going to give this forum another chance for polite feedback. I have updated my theory of everything which explains the following:
The nature of spacetime
Quantum gravity and unification with electromagnetic force
The reason for antimatter scarcity
A physical description for the Wave Function and therefore a solution to the measurement problem
A definition of mass and force
An explanation of dark Matter
A more precise Lorentz dilation equation
The reason for the electron?s anomalous magnetic moment
A physical description of the Fine Structure Constant
Many others
My first paper's abstract:
Current quantum theory is based on probability and includes a myriad of fields, forces and force carrying particles. The principle cornerstone of physics is to determine observable values from experiments that match quantum calculations. There are several particles classified as fundamental such as the electron, the quark and the photon. The cloud of uncertainty (principle) around quantum physics has kept any deterministic explanation from been accepted in the physics community. This paper sets the groundwork to connect quantum physics with classical physics concepts.
First principles define the photon as the single fundamental particle that all other particles are made from. A geometric analysis of the photon and its measured properties are used to derive a mass equation. Mass is defined as a function of curvature and the velocity along that curvature. This mass equation is used to derive the equations of motion based on the principle of least action. The semi complete Lagrangian of the photon presented leads to Euler-Lagrange equations that agree with its measured properties. The kinetic energy of the presented Lagrangian also directly leads to the Einstein Planck relation.
Taking these first principles and applying various thought experiments, explanations are revealed including the double slit experiment, vacuum energy, the Casimir effect and a potential contributor to Dark Matter. A testable prediction resulting from the Ring Theory hypothesis is that the photons resulting from decaying particles have an offset in trajectory. The trajectory is based on the geometry of the ring based particle.
The final takeaway is that Ring Theory lays the foundation for the photon to geometrically present positive charges, negative charges, positive masses and magnetic moments that appear in particles previously considered to be fundamental.
Here is the full paper:
https://acct89456.app.netsuite.com/core/media/media.nl?id=11245&c=ACCT89456&h=QJmsw4-9zydXKSC5cKdu4TMeVg3heptvZM8n4z3fYZOeuA4q&_xt=.pdf
Thanks for reading this and let me know what you think.
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Cross reference:
https://www.scienceforums.net/topic/133106-the-deterministic-ring-theory-of-particles/
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