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Chapt15.3 Deriving the Schrodinger/Dirac Equations from the Maxwell
Equations #1072 New Physics #1192 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed

Posted: Dec 8, 2012 4:18 PM
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Chapt15.3 Deriving the Schrodinger/Dirac Equations from the Maxwell
Equations

Alright, I had a good sleep last night, and I am making good sizeable
progress here. It all has to do with the double-transverse-wave theory
that demands a distinction between speed, rest-mass, spin of
particles.

Let me repeat the indisputable facts first:
(1) constant speed of light
(2) electron has 0.5MeV and proton has 938MeV rest-mass
(3) pair production versus pair annihilation
(4) neutrinos, photons, electrons all seem to reside in the same range
of kinetic energy 10^-4 eV through to 10MeV, and all three seem to be
able to easily travel at the speed of light, even though the electron
has alleged rest-mass.
(5) because of the constant speed of light, the photon must be a
double-transverse wave in order to allow all wavelengths and
frequencies to travel at the speed of light.
(6) the Maxwell Equations are the axiom set over all of physics and so
the rest-mass and the transverse wave must come out of the Maxwell
Equations.
(7) Because of (6) the Schrodinger and Dirac Equations must come out
of the Maxwell Equations.


This morning I realized I needed to bring the particle of the Atom
into this picture of the double transverse wave theory which is in
general pictured as such:

E-
M- M+
E+

That is a double transverse wave of the y and z axis
and the particle is destructive-interference coming out of the screen
on the x-axis. A photon is that particle because it does not matter
what the wavelength or frequency is, for the particle always has one
constant speed c.

The Double Transverse Wave theory has 4 vertices.

Now my struggle with building the proton from DTW
is relieved once I plug in the Maxwell Equations with the atom. The E+
becomes the proton nucleus. That leaves just 3 of the vertices as
such:

E-
M- M+

That is a electron.

Now if we include the proton as the bar magnet in
Faraday's law and considering that the electron as

E-
M- M+

is a closed loop of magnetic monopoles of M- with M+. What we have
then, is that the Faraday law forces the E- charge electron to not
make a straight line trajectory along the x-axis, but forces the
electron to close the x-axis into a closed loop, like a closed loop of
wire.

So as we apply the Maxwell Equations to the Double Transverse Wave,
what we end up with is that the electron, becomes a closed loop
trajectory around the proton.

Now we all learned that the Schrodinger and the Dirac Equations are
diffusion equations. Diffusion is simply how a group of particles
moves in space.

Well, the Double Transverse Wave is motion in all of space of the
x,y,z axis.

So I need this new chapter, where I show that the Schrodinger and the
Dirac Equations are easily derived from a Double Transverse Wave and
applying the Maxwell Equations.

In other words, the Schrodinger and Dirac Equations are simple the
application of the Faraday and Ampere law upon a particle set in
motion on a Double Transverse Wave. It cannot be a Single Transverse
Wave of Old Physics because a single transverse wave does not allow
for closed loops.

The electron does have a rest mass and it is because the electron can
be forced by the Maxwell Equations to transit a closed loop, whereas
the photon and neutrino cannot be forced into a closed loop and thus
have no rest-mass.

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