photon structure has pilot wave and does it have neutrinos? Chapt15.34 explaining Superconductivity from Maxwell Equations #1114 New Physics #1234 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed
Dec 26, 2012 6:25 PM
Alright, good good good. I am using Halliday & Resnick's Fundamentals of Physics, 1988, 3rd ed. and on pages 855 and 652 gives the polarization, the Malus law and the resistive dissipation (Ohm's law).
Now if you look at those two laws closely enough, you can see that they are almost interchangeable. That the Malus law of polarization is almost the same as resistance in electric currents.
Now also, I or we, have not yet ruled out that photons split apart into neutrinos. On page 855, Halliday and Resnick harken back to a widespread belief of the 20th century, that quoting on page 855 "Only Ey will be transmitted; Ex will be absorbed within the sheet." But sorry to say, that 20th century physics never actually proved that all the energy is absorbed, for no-one bothered to consider that the photons may break-apart to form neutrinos which go through matter without resistance.
It was a sad and pitiful assumption of 20th century physics that the electron structure was merely a tiny ball object with a few properties. And worse yet, the photon had no structure other than as a simplistic single transverse wave that has a few properties.
This book is devoted to the idea of the Atom Totality that the entire Universe is all contained within one single atom and our observable Universe is just one electron of that atom. So everything we see on Earth and in the skies is one mere electron which is a stark contrast to the impoverished view of scientists of the last century where their electron or photon was a few properties.
So here I have opened the door as to what is superconductivity in that the electron and photon possess enormous structure and properties that are very vast and complex. One of those structures is a pilot wave of the Aharonov-Bohm experiment, so that the photon has a guiding wavefront and plays a major role in the vertical, oblique, then horizontal polarization experiment. This tells us the photon must be a double-transverse wave not just a single-transverse wave.
Since we can manufacture glasses that are laser beam resistant, indicates that much of the energy of photons is not absorbed and can break apart and form neutrinos. So we need experiments to prove whether all the energy is absorbed or whether photons do split into neutrinos.
As for superconductivity, I doubt that neutrinos have a role in the phenomenon. But if photons have a wavefront plus a pilot wave which obeys the same mathematical form of Ohm's law, is indicative of the idea that superconduction is a phase phenomenon involving photons. And where the cold temperature is the temperature in which the material allows that phase to be effective.
So here emerges the definition of Resistance in the Maxwell Equations.
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