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Topic: energy and rest-mass problems Chapt15.38 Maxwell Equations as axioms
of physics solves rest-mass, charge, spin, speed #1140 New Physics #1260 ATOM
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energy and rest-mass problems Chapt15.38 Maxwell Equations as axioms
of physics solves rest-mass, charge, spin, speed #1140 New Physics #1260 ATOM
TOTALITY 5th ed

Posted: Jan 7, 2013 5:10 PM
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Time and time again, I seem to be floundering when I try to make
headway with rest-mass and energy. I
seem to flounder when it comes to deriving 500,000 eV for electron and
938,000,000 eV for proton.
I do not flounder when I bring in the Atom Totality theory on that
item, but when I try to derive it purely from Maxwell Equations, I
flounder. This must have been about the 3rd attempt at doing this, and
again
no clear path through. However, there was magnificent progress on
other fronts. There was the derivation of both the Dirac and
Schrodinger Equations out of the Maxwell Equations. And there was
magnificent progress in understanding the phenomenon of
superconductivity as a form of Malus law replacing resistance in the
Ohm's law.

And we can further see how this rings true in that
E = mc^2

and

I' = I" cos^2A (Malus law)

notice both equations are of the form p =qk^2 which is a area in
Elliptic geometry. An area in Euclidean geometry is p = length *
width.

So the I" term in Malus law is initial intensity of light.

So if we alter the equation E = mc^2 we get this:

m' = m"c^2

In other words, the initial mass m", some of which was altered into
becoming a new mass of m'. Just as in Malus law, the initial beam of
light energy I" is altered and out comes the final beam of light
energy of I'.

Likewise, instead of shooting a beam of laser light into a steel wool
and seeing most of the energy altered and few if any of the laser
light coming out, we send positrons into a filter of electrons and the
positrons all annihilate with no positrons coming out.

So here we see how Malus law is the equivalent of E = mc^2.

So here we see what rest-mass and energy really are, because each
converts to the other, but questions remain. Because, where does that
energy or rest-mass end up with at the end of the interaction? Does it
end up with magnetic monopoles rearranged? Does it end up with
magnetic monopoles becoming part of Space?

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whole entire Universe is just one big atom
where dots of the electron-dot-cloud are galaxies



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