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Waves of What? A Wave Theory of Nature [Volume 2] - James Everitt
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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: GRIN Publishing], Neuware - Document from the year 2016 in the subject Physics - Theoretical Physics, , language: English, abstract: Following from an introductory overview of the conception and process of theory, the text is divided into four parts (Volume 2 includes part 3 and part 4), the first of which deals with the theory and model itself of a unitary cohesive field, including a basic guide to its mathematical treatment the second part with the derivation of a value for the 'fine structure constant' based on its principles of mathematical or geometrical harmonics within the context of the implication of this constant in the conventional descriptions of electron spin: e.g. in the description of an electron 'magnetic dipole moment' using a 'gs factor'. While the primary aim of the first part is to establish a model within which a geometric basis in mathematical harmonics may be proposed for the value of that constant, the more general intention is to introduce a viable model of the operation of an entirely exclusive singular cohesive principle for the consideration of any and all data according to this conception of a unitary field therefore to establish that the existing descriptions and equations of Quantum Electro-Dynamics and Quantum Field Theory may, with an appropriately unifying perspective provided by such a model, be correlated directly with a real physical dynamic: the wave principle inherent within such a 'unitary cohesive field'. [...] The argument is therefore principally twofold: first, that the lattice model of the cohesive field proposed may be regarded as an adequate description of cohesive dynamics within an inherently integrating unity, thus that its basic geometric or 'harmonically-defined' ratios may be applied to a description of reality in conventionally quantitative terms of mass, velocity, charge, and more particularly to the relation between such quantities described by various physical and dimensionless constants whose values are considered to be based on the harmonic relations embodied in such ratios and second, that the application of such ratios to the derivation of a value for the 'fine structure constant' may be generalised to the explanation of its context, specifically in electron dynamics, according to the principles of the model with respect to such properties and quantities as electron angular momentum and 'charge e'. This aspect of the thesis is developed in Part THREE and Section [4A/E]., DE, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, 213x154x25 mm, 376, [GW: 708g], offene Rechnung (Vorkasse vorbehalten), sofortueberweisung.de, Selbstabholung und Barzahlung, Skrill/Moneybookers, PayPal, Lastschrift, Banküberweisung, Interntationaler Versand

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: GRIN Publishing], Neuware - Document from the year 2016 in the subject Physics - Theoretical Physics, , language: English, abstract: Following from an introductory overview of the conception and process of theory, the text is divided into four parts (Volume 2 includes part 3 and part 4), the first of which deals with the theory and model itself of a unitary cohesive field, including a basic guide to its mathematical treatment the second part with the derivation of a value for the 'fine structure constant' based on its principles of mathematical or geometrical harmonics within the context of the implication of this constant in the conventional descriptions of electron spin: e.g. in the description of an electron 'magnetic dipole moment' using a 'gs factor'. While the primary aim of the first part is to establish a model within which a geometric basis in mathematical harmonics may be proposed for the value of that constant, the more general intention is to introduce a viable model of the operation of an entirely exclusive singular cohesive principle for the consideration of any and all data according to this conception of a unitary field therefore to establish that the existing descriptions and equations of Quantum Electro-Dynamics and Quantum Field Theory may, with an appropriately unifying perspective provided by such a model, be correlated directly with a real physical dynamic: the wave principle inherent within such a 'unitary cohesive field'. [...] The argument is therefore principally twofold: first, that the lattice model of the cohesive field proposed may be regarded as an adequate description of cohesive dynamics within an inherently integrating unity, thus that its basic geometric or 'harmonically-defined' ratios may be applied to a description of reality in conventionally quantitative terms of mass, velocity, charge, and more particularly to the relation between such quantities described by various physical and dimensionless constants whose values are considered to be based on the harmonic relations embodied in such ratios and second, that the application of such ratios to the derivation of a value for the 'fine structure constant' may be generalised to the explanation of its context, specifically in electron dynamics, according to the principles of the model with respect to such properties and quantities as electron angular momentum and 'charge e'. This aspect of the thesis is developed in Part THREE and Section [4A/E]., DE, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, 213x154x25 mm, 376, [GW: 708g], PayPal, Banküberweisung, Interntationaler Versand

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: GRIN Publishing], Neuware - Document from the year 2016 in the subject Physics - Theoretical Physics, , language: English, abstract: Following from an introductory overview of the conception and process of theory, the text is divided into four parts (Volume 2 includes part 3 and part 4), the first of which deals with the theory and model itself of a unitary cohesive field, including a basic guide to its mathematical treatment the second part with the derivation of a value for the 'fine structure constant' based on its principles of mathematical or geometrical harmonics within the context of the implication of this constant in the conventional descriptions of electron spin: e.g. in the description of an electron 'magnetic dipole moment' using a 'gs factor'. While the primary aim of the first part is to establish a model within which a geometric basis in mathematical harmonics may be proposed for the value of that constant, the more general intention is to introduce a viable model of the operation of an entirely exclusive singular cohesive principle for the consideration of any and all data according to this conception of a unitary field therefore to establish that the existing descriptions and equations of Quantum Electro-Dynamics and Quantum Field Theory may, with an appropriately unifying perspective provided by such a model, be correlated directly with a real physical dynamic: the wave principle inherent within such a 'unitary cohesive field'. [...] The argument is therefore principally twofold: first, that the lattice model of the cohesive field proposed may be regarded as an adequate description of cohesive dynamics within an inherently integrating unity, thus that its basic geometric or 'harmonically-defined' ratios may be applied to a description of reality in conventionally quantitative terms of mass, velocity, charge, and more particularly to the relation between such quantities described by various physical and dimensionless constants whose values are considered to be based on the harmonic relations embodied in such ratios and second, that the application of such ratios to the derivation of a value for the 'fine structure constant' may be generalised to the explanation of its context, specifically in electron dynamics, according to the principles of the model with respect to such properties and quantities as electron angular momentum and 'charge e'. This aspect of the thesis is developed in Part THREE and Section [4A/E]., DE, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, 213x154x37 mm, 376, [GW: 708g], Banküberweisung, PayPal

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