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[9] viXra:0804.0009 [pdf] submitted on 18 Apr 2008

A New Solution of the Schrödinger Equation

Authors: Yoshio Kishi, SeiIchiro Umehara
Comments: recovered from sciprint.org

We obtained a new solution of Schrödinger equation by the method of Euclidean approach (Wick rotation). This is a wave motion which is fluctuating.
Category: Quantum Physics

[8] viXra:0804.0008 [pdf] submitted on 18 Apr 2008

Quantum and Hadronic Mechanics, the Diffusion and Iso-Diffusion Representations

Authors: Diego L. Rapoport
Comments: recovered from sciprint.org

It is appropiate to start by quoting page xv "a first meaning of the novel hadronic mechanics is that of providing the first known methods for quantitative studies of the interplay between matter and the underlying substratum. The understanding is that space is the final frontier of human knowledge, with potential outcomes beyond the most vivid science fiction of today". In this almost prophetic observations, Prof. Santilli has pointed out to the essential role of the substratum, its geometrical structure and the link with consciousness. In the present article, which we owe to the kind invitation of Prof. Santilli, we shall present similar views, specifically in presenting both quantum and hadronic mechanics as spacetime fluctuations, and we shall discuss the role of the substratum. As for the problem of human knowledge, we shall very briefly indicate on how the present approach may be related to the fundamental problem of consciousness, which is that of self-reference.
Category: Quantum Physics

[7] viXra:0804.0007 [pdf] submitted on 18 Apr 2008

Torsion Fields, Brownian Motions, Quantum and Hadronic Mechanics

Authors: Diego L. Rapoport
Comments: recovered from sciprint.org

We review the relation between space-time geometries with torsion fields (the so-called Riemann-Cartan-Weyl (RCW) geometries) and their associated Brownian motions. In this setting, the metric conjugate of the tracetorsion one-form is the drift vector field of the Brownian motions. Thus, in the present approach space-time fluctuations as Brownian motions are -in distinction with Nelson's Stochastic Mechanics- space-time structures. Thus, space and time have a fractal structure. We discuss the relations with Nottale's theory of Scale Relativity, which stems from Nelson's approach. We characterize the Schroedinger equation in terms of the RCW geometries and Brownian motions. In this work, the Schroedinger field is a torsion generating field. The potential functions on Schroedinger equations can be alternatively linear or nonlinear on the wave function, leading to nonlinear and linear creation-annihilation of particles by diffusion systems.
Category: Quantum Physics

[6] viXra:0804.0006 [pdf] submitted on 10 Apr 2008

Interpretation of Solution of Radial Biquaternion Klein-Gordon Equation and Comparison with EQPET/TSC Model

Authors: V. Christianto, F. Smarandache
Comments: recovered from sciprint.org

In a previous publication,1 we argued that the biquaternionic extension of the Klein-Gordon equation has numerical solution with sinusoidal form, which differs appreciably from conventional Yukawa potential. In the present article we interpret and compare this result from the viewpoint of the EQPET/TSC (Electronic Quasi-Particle Expansion Theory/Tetrahedral Symmetric Condensate) model described by Takahashi.2 Further observation is of course recommended in order to refute or verify this proposition.
Category: Quantum Physics

[5] viXra:0804.0005 [pdf] submitted on 9 Apr 2008

Experimental Paradoxist Linguistics

Authors: F. Smarandache
Comments: recovered from sciprint.org

This volume includes author's paradoxist experiments in linguistics from a literary point of view. One devises various methods that deviate and alter the classical form of some linguistic expressions.
Category: Quantum Physics

[4] viXra:0804.0004 [pdf] submitted on 6 Apr 2008

Quantum and Hadronic Mechanics, the Diffusion and Iso-Heisenberg Representations

Authors: Diego L. Rapoport
Comments: recovered from sciprint.org

It is appropiate to start by quoting Prof. Santilli: "a first meaning of the novel hadronic mechanics is that of providing the first known methods for quantitative studies of the interplay between matter and the underlying substratum. The understanding is that space is the final frontier of human knowledge, with potential outcomes beyond the most vivid science fiction of today". In this almost prophetic observation, Prof. Santilli has pointed out to the essential role of the substratum, its geometrical structure and the link with consciousness. In the present article, which we owe to the kind invitation of Prof. Santilli, we shall present similar views, specifically in presenting both quantum and hadronic mechanics as space-time fluctuations, and we shall discuss the role of the substratum. As for the problem of human knowledge, we shall very briefly indicate on how the present approach may be related to the fundamental problem of consciousness, which is that of self-reference.
Category: Quantum Physics

[3] viXra:0804.0003 [pdf] submitted on 6 Apr 2008

Kaluza-Klein-Carmeli Metric from Quaternion-Clifford Space, Lorentz' Force, and Some Observables

Authors: Vic Christianto, Florentin Smarandache
Comments: recovered from sciprint.org

It was known for quite long time that a quaternion space can be generalized to a Clifford space, and vice versa; but how to find its neat link with more convenient metric form in the General Relativity theory, has not been explored extensively. We begin with a representation of group with non-zero quaternions to derive closed FLRW metric [1], and from there obtains Carmeli metric, which can be extended further to become 5D and 6D metric (which we propose to call Kaluza-Klein-Carmeli metric). Thereafter we discuss some plausible implications of this metric, beyond describing a galaxy's spiraling motion and redshift data as these have been done by Carmeli and Hartnett [4, 5, 6]. In subsequent section we explain Podkletnov's rotating disc experiment. We also note possible implications to quantum gravity. Further observations are of course recommended in order to refute or verify this proposition.
Category: Relativity and Cosmology

[2] viXra:0804.0002 [pdf] submitted on 4 Apr 2008

Injustice in Science, Arts, and Letters

Authors: Florentin Smarandache
Comments: recovered from sciprint.org

In the scientific research, it is important to keep our freedom of thinking and not being yoked by others' theories without checking them, no matter where they come from. Cogito, ergo sum [I think, therefore I am], said Descartes (1596-1650), and this Latin aphorism became his first principle in philosophy.
Category: History and Philosophy of Physics

[1] viXra:0804.0001 [pdf] submitted on 2 Apr 2008

Questioning Astrophysics and Revealing Connections Between Stellar Ignition, Luminous Galactic Structures, Dark Matter, Galactic Jets, and the Origin of Heavy Elements

Authors: J. Marvin Herndon
Comments: recovered from sciprint.org

Ours is a time of unparalleled richness in astronomical observations, but understanding seems to be absent throughout broad areas of astrophysics. Among some groups of astrophysicists there appears to be measured degrees of consensus, as indicated by the prevalence of so-called "standard models", but in science consensus is nonsense; science is a logical process, not a democratic process, and logical connections in many instances seem to be lacking. So the question astrophysicists should ask is this: "What's wrong with astrophysics?" Finding out what's wrong is not only the necessary precursor to righting what's wrong, but will open the way to new advances in astrophysics. Toward that end, one may question the basic assumptions upon which astrophysics is founded, as well as question the approaches astrophysicists currently employ. Here I describe one methodology and provide specific examples, the details of which are set forth elsewhere [1-3]. In doing so, I place into a logical sequence seemingly unrelated astronomical observations, including certain Hubble Space Telescope images, so that causal relationships become evident and understanding becomes possible; as a consequence, profound new implications follow, for example bearing on the origin of diverse galactic structures and the origin of the heavy elements.
Category: Astrophysics