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Topic: Euler's Equation and the Physical Reality.
Replies: 3   Last Post: Mar 9, 2013 8:28 AM

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 socratus@bezeqint.net Posts: 63 Registered: 10/22/09
Re: Euler's Equation and the Physical Reality.
Posted: Mar 8, 2013 8:12 AM

I say that there is circle-particle that can change /
transformed into sphere-particle 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 circle-particle that can change into sphere-particle
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 string-particle (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 circle-particle 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.