I now stopped the development of my article, and submitted it to a preprint server. It's not finished, but in such a good shape that it should attract the attention for more work and start spreading. The article is here. The next step is to be affiliated with a university …

read more# Other articles

# On the fundamentals of charge

What is charge? why is there a positive charge, why negative? why is it a fundamental universal constant? why do we similarly have the universal constant \(\hbar\) of angular momentum. Why is the electron is so small and the proton so large, similarly when it comes to mass? There are …

read more# On Atom physics

This is a discussion based on the rudimentary paper On atom energy states

The idea is as follows. Randell Mills has a bunch of interesting expressions for energy states in different atomic and molecular contexts that are beneficial for chemistry understanding. however these formulas do not not following a deduction …

read more# The Connection Between Quantum Mechanics And Electromagnetism

There is a simple extension to electromagnetism that lead to a connection to quantum mechanics form electromagnetism. Quantum mechanics are essentially just a version of electromagnetism. So what's the connection.

The extension of EM that we will use are that everything is a superposition of current loops that has zero …

read more# A comment on special relativity

# Example of a deterministic model that does not satisfy Bell's inequality.

This is work in progress, help to improve or reject the idea is most welcomed.

There are loop holes like super determinism in Aspects experiment and we will search here for what features such a deterministic model can have in order to bust the magic of Bell's inequality. the magic …

read more# Deriving From Mills Orbit sphere, the result of Aspect and Stern Gerlash experiments.

I will conclude here that Mills has all that it needs in GUTCP to produce a quite easy answer to what a deterministic system could be that result in what we see in Aspects experiment and the Stern Gerlash experiment.

Einstein and Ehrenfest was very interested in finding a deterministic …

read more# Determinism

When contemplating super-determinism I remember a conversation with a wild man that probably was a genius and at the same time often quite lost in himself many decades ago. He thought life was deterministic and worked like a clockwork and logic ruled the world. I countered that in deterministic system …

read more# The Double Slit Strangity

The double slit is the following experiment. We place 2 slits maybe 5mm apart and each slit very very thin. Send a laser against two of the slits and you will see an interference pattern on a photon counter CCD sitting behind the slits e.g. alternating bright and black …

read more# On the Stern Gerlach experiment

The start of the discussion can be taken from the very nice Wikipedia article, [Stern Gerlach][https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stern%E2%80%93Gerlach_experiment] The basic thing to note is the quote,

" If the particle is treated as a classical spinning magnetic dipole, it will precess in a …

read more# On Quantum Slit Experiments

One of my colleagues are a magician and I love talking with him about magic tricks and it is clear that we as humans are easily fooled by magic tricks and it is a delight to try bust the trick and figure out how it is done. My general rule …

read more# On the stability of Mills GUTCP orbit sphere

One of the most common critique against GUTCP's orbit sphere are that it can't be stable because the electrons in the shell will explode if you put electrons in a sphere although the perfect sphere would be stable. Any small deviance from it will make it go boom. So I …

read more# On Modeling the electron loop and the origin of mass

Thanks to u/kmarinas86 inspiration for looking at the electron loops as a solenoid. I did take the challenge to try make some more rigorous notations about that model. Please take this model and try improve on it.

Consider modeling the electron loop that represented by a solenoid torus where …

read more# On The Fine Structure Constant

We have the following numerology,

$$ a_1 = \alpha = 0.007297352569311, $$and,

$$ 1/a_1 = 137.03599908348923, $$and,

$$ a_2 = 1 - 137*\alpha = 0.0002626980043929361, $$and,

$$ 1/a_2 = 3806.6524422630514, $$and,

$$ a_3 = 1 - 3806*a_2 = 0.00017139528048515373, $$and,

$$ 1/a_3 = 5834.466370190515, $$and,

$$ a_4 = 1 - 5834 …read more# On The Electron and Photon

One interesting thought experiment that will gain you a lot of insight is to boost the hydrogen action close to the speed of light and then take the limit. So you do a Lorenz transformation. This will result in a time dilation and a length contraction. Interestingly the photon field …

read more# On Hydrinos

To understand this post in details, you need to read the following sub post and study them. I'll discuss this in the redit r/hydrino if you have some physical understanding you should be able to understand what Mills is doing with his approach to GUTCP and the novel compound …

read more# On Quantum Mechanics

in First part of Bohr Sommerfeld analysis we show that we can by scaling \(m \to cm\), \(p\to cp\), \(W \to W, n_{\phi} \to n_{\phi}, n_{r} \to n_{r}\) and \(e \to e\) (for the electron part) reproduce the same Bohr Sommerfeld model and the to …

read more# On The Bohr Sommerfeld Model

One of the amazing classical models out there is the Bohr Sommerfeld Model

It's basically a classical relativistic model for a point electron assuming quanta-sized momenta of \(n h\). Oh well, you may say, what's about it. Well the energy values that are produced are exactly those of Dirac's QED …

read more# Helium Energy levels II

I will start by first do a retake of getting the energy levels of Helium. The idea is that for helium we have two spherical shells at the same radius. Each of them has a B-field where the component of the vector that gives and internal field is the radial …

read more# Helium Energy levels

The question is if we can find an alternative derivation of the ground state for the hydrogen atom then Bohr and especially Mills GUTCP. Now Mills indicate that this is due to a tilt of \(\theta = \pi/3\) radians. The idea here now is to look at two circles that …

read more# On Ensembles of Particles Following The Bohr Sommerfeld Model

In the previous blog post about the Bohr Sommerfeld model we noted that we can generate the same eigenvalues if we use a probability measure \(\mu\) such that essentially

$$ \int u(x-y)\mu(dy) $$That is a convolution. This will result in a distribution of mass in space and we …

read more# Klein Gordon and the Bohr model

We will derive an alternative way modelling Hydrogene like atoms or ions, at least for simple energy levels, using the classical relativistic quantum mechanics as building block and show that they produce Energy level estimates as well as indicating a connection to more classical approaches like the Bohr model and …

read more# Non Radiation

Previously we saw that it's possible to define an electron as a set of great circles on the sphere and for this model conjecturing that the resulting angular momentum is as much as possible, but maintaining a uniform density has the propert that if we put that this angular momentum …

read more# A deep question

read more**Executive summary**This question is about covering a sphere with great circles so that the resulting density is uniform and that if we for each circle associate a normal vector, then the magnitude of the sum of them would have an upper limit of 1/2. This has a bearing …