Authors: Dinesh Bulathsinghala
As the energies associated with particles are finite, they cannot originate from point like entities. This leads us to present the following postulate: “The smallest unit of charge or mass should possess a physical boundary and cannot originate from point like entities. At this boundary, the scalar-potential becomes the limiting value, set by the Planck scale”. Using this postulate, we can derive a general proof for both mass-energy and charge-energy equivalences respectively) and derive their relativistic energy-momentum, relativistic-energy and relativistic-momentum relations. The results are in accordance with special relativity. We then discuss the non-covariance nature of the present classical electrodynamics and show how the proposed postulate makes it a fully covariant theorem with the rest of the classical electrodynamics.
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