Alright, I had a spell away from physics and am rather revitalized to do the last 30 pages of NEW PHYSICS textbook. I said I wanted to make substantial progress on rest-mass, spin, and Space. So that in the 6th edition, I will not have to pursue what they are, but pursue working out the bugs and details.
So let me list as brief as possible those concepts and what the glossary would have them:
Charge: is the geometry of Space, so that -1 electrical charge is hyperbolic geometry, such as a torus or ring or closed loop wire. +1 charge is elliptic geometry such as a sphere or ellipsoid and 0 charge is Euclidean flat plane geometry
Rest-mass: this is where the front edge of the wavefront curls around and becomes a closed loop so that the wave is a standing wave inside that closed loop. Counting up all the ridges and troughs of the standing wave is the rest-mass. A photon has 0 rest-mass because the wavefront never curls around into a closed loop.
Spin: this is merely the superposition of both the Right Hand Rule and the Left-hand rule. The proton, electron and neutron are all 1/2 spin because they are the superposition of the Right-hand-rule. The photon has 0 spin because it is the superposition of two Right-hand-rules. Two electrons in a suborbital such as 3d6 for iron has superposition of a one Right hand rule along with one Left hand rule. The unpaired electrons in iron 3d6 are all aligned and parallel with one Right hand rule, and it is the magnification of the spins that yields the permanent bar magnet of iron.
Space: space is the toughest because it draws together all the other concepts. Space is Faraday's Lines-of-Force as magnetic monopoles of both M+ and M-. The magnetic monopoles can be either a transverse wave or a longitudinal wave.
Now to make more progress on Space, I need to focus on the Faraday law experiment and the superconductivity experiment of the Meissner effect. What I need is the relationship of permanent magnetism of a bar magnet and how many electrons the magnet moves in the closed loop wire. Now how many electrons are moved depends on the speed of thrusting of the bar magnet. But that is not the focus of my attention. The focus of my attention is whether magnetism, produced from spin, is on par or parity with electricity. Does one spinning electron in a iron magnet cause one electron to flow as a current in Faraday law? Now if we read Dirac in Directions in Physics, Dirac claims that a magnetic monopole is 137/2 (e). Dirac implies that magnetism is far more powerful than is electricity. Now, keep in mind in the experiment we need to get rid of the factor of the "speed of thrust" to make electrons move. So that ideally, if we had one iron atom with its 4 unpaired electrons as a permanent bar magnet and a closed loop wire in Faraday's law, would that iron atom cause 4 electrons to move or cause 137/2 x 4 electrons to move?
To answer that question, I need to bring in the Meissner effect in superconductivity.
Google's (and Bing's) searches and archives are top-heavy in hate- spew from search-engine-bombing. And the Google archive stopped functioning properly by the end of May 2012. And recently Niuz.biz (Docendi.org) threatens to harm your computer if opening a post of mine.
The solution to the sci. newsgroups is to have the sciences hosted by colleges and universities such as Drexel University, not by corporations like Google out to make money. Science belongs in education, not in money grubbing companies.
Only Drexel's Math Forum has done a excellent, simple and fair archiving of AP posts for the past 15 years as seen here: