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[4] viXra:0802.0004 [pdf] submitted on 29 Feb 2008

Absolute Planck Values: Moving Beyond the Arbitrary Assignment of Unity

Authors: John R. Laubenstein
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Planck Values provide a valuable tool in our efforts to understand the basic fabric of nature; however, they fall short of having any truly intrinsic value. Planck Values come with the assumption that unity can be assigned to up to five of the fundamental universal constants. While constraining these values to unity may be convenient, it by no means ensures that intelligent life anywhere in the universe would make the same assumption. Further, the peculiar value of the inverse fine structure constant of 137 would suggest that it is naïve to assume that any of the physical constants are equal to unity or some other simplistic value. The IWPD Research Center has derived absolute values of the universal constants that suggest that all constants and measurements can be expressed with true universal significance. As such, any value and/or measurement can be expressed as a dimensionless number without the need for relative scales that are established through the use of units of measurement. This finding provides intrinsic meaning to all physical constants, it opens up a new avenue for the exploration of the universe and it provides new information in the search for the unification of General Relativity with Quantum Mechanics.
Category: High Energy Particle Physics

[3] viXra:0802.0003 [pdf] submitted on 15 Feb 2008

Complex Dynamics as Source of Anomalous Behavior in Particle Physics

Authors: Ervin Goldfain
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Despite its remarkable predictive power, the Standard Model for particle physics (SM) leaves out many open questions. Two representative examples are the issue of CP violation and the anomalous magnetic moment of leptons (AMM). Our work develops from the premise that the postulate of unitary evolution no longer holds near the scale of electroweak interaction or near the "new physics" sector of SM. Results suggest that CP violation in kaon physics and the AMM problem are direct manifestations of fractional dynamics. Numerical predictions are found to be in close agreement with experimental data.
Category: High Energy Particle Physics

[2] viXra:0802.0002 [pdf] submitted on 2 Feb 2008

An Objection to Copenhagen Interpretation and an Explanation of the Two-Slit Experiment from the Viewpoint of Waviness.

Authors: Yoshio Kishi, Seiichiro Umehara
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We suggest that the electron is a wave in the whole process between the electron gun and the sensor. Between the two-slit and the sensor, the following two phenomena happen to the waves: interference and Fraunhofer diffraction. Due to these two phenomena, a considerably sharp shape of wave is finally made in front of the sensor, and a bright spot appears on the sensor. The experiment result that a bright spot appears at random can be explained by the abovementioned two phenomena and the "fluctuation" of the potential energy that the filament of the biprism makes. All are the wave motion phenomena, and, put simply, the particle called an electron does not exist.
Category: Quantum Physics

[1] viXra:0802.0001 [pdf] submitted on 1 Feb 2008

The Simple Solutions of Four Actual Problems of General Theory of Relativity.

Authors: Hu Changwei
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It is quite complicated and difficult generally to solve the problem of the general theory of relativity. We apply the equations of quantitative effect of general theory of relativity and kinematic principle of double-mass which is new-proposed to solve simply four actual problems: gravitational red shift of spectral line, delay of radar echo, perihelion precession of planet, deflection of light in gravitational field, and the results are identical with the formulae that is derived by general method. Key words: General theory of relativity, Equation of quantitative effect, Kinematic principle of double-mass, Four actual problems
Category: Relativity and Cosmology