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Chiral theories and matter gauges

  1. Feb 18, 2009 #1
    Is it true that classical theories tend to treat matter 'in the limit' of large N, or it encodes matter in [tex] N_A [/tex] as [tex] N_A(m_e,e) [/tex] say, and chiral theories need to include [tex]\hbar [/tex] which classicality sees as [tex] \{G(h),c\} [/tex]?

    We use 'mass-free' theories that treat charge and spin momentum in circuits = manifolds with linear/nonlinear operators.
    Algebraically these manifolds can operate at linear (<<nonlinear) limits that treat charge algebraically and do not rotate spin or they operate in a N(e + s) domain that keeps N(s) at 0.

    We need theories that include a mass-spin term?
     
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  3. Feb 20, 2009 #2
    that N(e + s) thing should be able to explain how N gauges charge e (in my notation), and spin-potential s, in a mass-free index; When we use much smaller N than [tex] N_A\, [/tex] of charge and spin,we see distributed phase momenta = discrete products.

    We haven't been able to connect the enumerable side of Avogadro's number to the way spin and charge evolve over the 'mass-field', or extend algebraically.
     
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