Quantum Physics

   

A New Quantum Field Theory

Authors: Kunwar Jagdish Narain

The word “quantum field” in “quantum field theory” has two interpretations: 1- the field of quanta; 2- the field of that the quanta, i.e. electrons, nucleons etc. (as quantum mechanics is applied to electrons, nucleons etc., these should also be the quanta) possess, e.g., magnetic field. The present quantum field theory is based on the second interpretation. Because, when the quanta themselves possess field, how can other quanta occur as a field between the fields of former quanta? Secondly, as electrons, nucleons etc. possess persistent spin motion without having any source of infinite energy and magnetic field etc. properties, there should positively be some purpose as to why they possess persistent spin motion and they should have some special structures, unlike simple balloons of charge that keeps them spinning persistently and provides all the properties they possess. Similarly as our hearts beat persistently without having any source of infinite energy, not unnecessarily; there is an important purpose as to why they beat persistently, and they have special structure, unlike simple balloons of blood that keeps them beating persistently and provides all the properties our hearts possess. Further, as all the phenomena/activities related with our hearts, e.g., persistent blood circulation etc. taking place in our bodies are the effects of persistent beating and special structure of our hearts, similarly, all the phenomena/activities related with electrons and nucleons etc. taking place in their systems should be the effects of the purpose behind their persistent spin motion and their special structure. And therefore, presently, that purpose and their special structures have been determined and taking their accounts, the present quantum field theory has been developed. The present quantum field theory enables to give very clear and complete explanation of all the phenomena related with electrons, nucleons etc. taking place in their systems, e.g., their beams, nuclei, electric current and persistent current (flowing at superconducting state) carrying specimens.

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