alexa T he Expanded Maxwellian S pace Geometry and the Photon Fundamental LC Equation


Journal of Physical Mathematics

Author(s): Andr Michaud

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Description of a new space geometry that allows explaining the existence of all stable physicall y scatterable particles solely from Maxwell's electromagnetic theory. This expanded space geometry leads to an electromagnetic mechanics of particles involving a seamless series of clearly defined interaction sequences providing an uninterrupted path of ca usality from 1) the unquantized quantities of unidirectional kinetic energy induced in particles by natural acceleration through Coulomb or gravitational interaction, 2) to the quantization in the form of free - moving electromagnetic photo ns of any quantity of this energy in excess of the quantity allowed by the local stable or metastable electromagnetic equilibrium, 3) to the creation of electron - positron pairs from the destabilization of photons of energy 1.022 MeV or more, 4) to the crea tion of protons and neutrons from the interaction of electrons and positrons forced into groups of three including both types in sufficiently small volumes of space with insufficient energy to escape mutual capture, 5) to the final shedding in the form of neutrino energy of momentary metastable excess rest mass (different from velocity induced extra momentary relativistic mass) as newly created overexcited massive elementary particles are forced by local electromagnetic equilibrium into lowering their mass to their lower and stable true rest mass.

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This article was published in International Journal of Engineering Research and Development and referenced in Journal of Physical Mathematics

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