The Hidden Variables Theory: The Initial Values of the Fundamental Constants in Physics

The Hidden Variables Theory: The Initial Values of the Fundamental Constants in Physics

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In this revision: The electric charge of a subatomic particle is originated from its Orbital Angular Momentum (OAM). There is explanation for the electron's zero OAM at ground state, interpreted as the OAM is not necessarily related to motion. The electron mass is a magnitude that expresses quantitatively the square of its magnetic flux quantum. The proton, the neutron and all baryons consist of three energy levels on which the quarks are orbiting. The third energy level is equivalent to 80.7 Gev; it plays a role at decaying process through the weak force while hosting charged mesons (Pentaquark for instance) that are emitted thru W bosons which acquire the level's energy. The quark's OAM is a third or two thirds of the reduced planck constant. The proton's missing spin is resolved by quarks OAM contribution. The electron is a bound state composition of a negative Pi meson and electron neutrino. The second and third quarks generations are a variations of different kinds of down and up quarks compositions.
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  • Paperback | 190 pages
  • 206 x 294 x 10mm | 358.34g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 0557096065
  • 9780557096060