|May13-07, 05:02 AM||#1|
What can ZPF Theory achieve in terms of Particle-Physics?
Can anyone please tell me how the calculated results from the link below
might be wrong (if at all)? .... It relates to the physical properties
of fundamental particles.
I'd like someone to tell me, not just that they're wrong if they are,
but why they're wrong & how it is that the approach achieves such
precise experimentally validated results.
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