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Topic:
Euler's Equation and the Physical Reality.
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Last Post:
Mar 9, 2013 8:28 AM




Re: Euler's Equation and the Physical Reality.
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Mar 8, 2013 8:12 AM


I say that there is circleparticle that can change / transformed into sphereparticle and vice versa and Euler?s equation cosx + isinx in = e^ix can explain this transformation / fluctuation of quantum particle I try to understand more details. I have circle particle with two infinite numbers: (pi) and (e). I say that this circleparticle that can change into sphereparticle and vice versa. Then I need third number for these changes. The third number, in my opinion, is infinite a=1/137 ( the fine structure constant = the limited volume coefficient) This coefficient (a=1/137) is the border between two conditions of quantum particle. This coefficient (a=1/137) is responsible for these changes. This coefficient (a=1/137) unite geometry with the physics ( e^2=ah*c) =.. If physicists use stringparticle (particle that has length but hasn?t thickness volume) to understand reality (and have some basic problems to solve this task) then why don?t use circleparticle for this aim. It is a pity that I am not physicist or mathematician. If I were mathematician or physicist I wouldn?t lost the chance to test this hypothesis. =.. Best wishes. Israel Sadovnik Socratus
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