Prasad recently posted a paper for review on a classical derivation of Planck's constant ( http://www.columbia.edu/~vg96/papers/planck.pdf [Broken]). I replied directly via Outlook Express and wondered why I got no replies until I realised that much of your forum traffic probably comes via this portal. So, instead of going over all my previous posts, I will reiterate my reply to Prasad below (with some minor edits):(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

"Your work is fascinating; it mirrors my work in the area of electromagnetics

and the self-fields of atoms. In this theory, the fields are NOT the

classical fields but are defined in terms of centres-of-motion; using these

fields, Maxwell's equations are solved analytically and lo and behold for

the hydrogen atom, the analytic solutions involve a constant that turns out

to be Planck's 'constant', except it's not a constant but a variable of

motion!!

There's an early version of the paper at

www.biophotonicsresearchinstitute,com[/URL] . A more advanced version of the

paper is also there; this paper is currently under review and hopefully will be published in due course. The work also says things about SR and GR that fit into the accepted concepts of these areas.

Further work concerns an extension of the work that also applies to the

humble photon! Hence the photon has balmer-like analytic solutions like the

hydrogen atom. Everything falls out to yield a photon 'chemistry' similar

to atoms, except the solutions are continuous and not discrete since the

masses of the subphotonic particles must be equal , whereas the electron and

the proton are of different mass and hence the series in NOT analogue but

discrete, i.e. quantum!! hence QM is really derivable from classical-type

maths, same as your work. The work on the photon 'chemistry' is at

[PLAIN]http://www.biophotonicsresearchinstitute.com/A%20predicted%20photon%20chemistry-hand%20out.pdf [Broken].

Tony"-----(END OF EARLIER EMAIL TO PRASAD)

(There is also a powerpoint file on this predicted photon chemistry and some of its implications such as how quantum physics comes about.)

Since that reply to Prasad (about a week ago) Liz Bauer and I have reorganized our website somewhat so that there is now a brief paper on Planck's constant as it is seen by the EM self-field theory.

I have senty various emails to follow up this work on the following topics:

EM self-field theory (EMSFT)

strong nuclear forces (SNSFT)

pentaquark

nucleons

uncertainty

balck holes/white holes & EMSFT/SNSFT

unification of forces

QCD (vs SNSFT)

cosmic dynamics

beyond quantum

Unified field theory-where do I publish??

relativity

dynamic balance

cellular dynamics

disruption of cancer replication

homeopathy and the predicted photon chemistry

There are many more fields of study that EMSFT and SNSFT can be applied to; some of these areas are spelt out in the pdf's at the website:

quantum and continuous physics

weak forces (bosons etc)

Bose-Einstein condensates

gravitational forces (four of them, at least)

possible multiverse theories

a new form of tired light and the redshift/inflation theories

biological dielectric theory, both endogenous and expogenous

long-term memory

a range of neurological and cellular mechanisms

The list goes on endlessly in fact, and it does seem that this field theory is indeed the one that Einstein and others were searching for. It does NOT contradict many of the precepts of quantum field theory/relativity/etc although it does provide many new paths of study in these areas.

The rotating vectors I have defined as 'spinors' because the term has to date been kidnapped by mathematics whereas these forms are 'physical' spinors and turn up everywhere.

Please look at the pdf's at the site.

Note finally the major differences in the way the E- and H-fields are defined NOT between charge points but between centres of motion.

Tony Fleming

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