Quantum Physics


Pauli Exclusion Principle, the Dirac Void and the Preponderance of Matter over Antimatter

Authors: Golden Gadzirayi Nyambuya

In the year 1928, the pre-eminent British physicist -- Paul Adrien Maurice Dirac, derived his very successful equation now popularly known as the Dirac equation. This unprecedented equation is one of the most beautiful, subtle, noble and esoteric equations in physics. One of its greatest embellishments is embedded in that this equation exhibits a perfect symmetry -- which amongst others -- requires, that the Universe contain as much matter as antimatter, or that, for every known fundamental particle, there exists a corresponding antiparticle. We show here that the Dirac theory in its bare form -- without the need of the Pauli Exclusion Principle; can -- via, its internal logic -- beautifully explain the stability of the Dirac Void -- i.e., the empty Dirac Sea. There is no need for one to `uglify' Dirac's otherwise beautiful, self-contained and consistent theory by indiscriminately stuffing the Dirac vacuum with an infinite amount of invisible negative energy in-order to prevent the positive energy Electron from falling into the negative energy state.

Comments: 5 Pages. Published: Nyambuya, G. G. (2016), ‘On the Dirac Void, Pauli Exclusion Principle and the Preponderance of Matter over Antimatter’, May, PSTJ, 7(8) Article 2, pp.1123− 1130.

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