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Dirac Equation for General Spin Particles Including Bosons

Authors: Golden Gadzirayi Nyambuya

We demonstrate (show) that the Dirac equation – which is universally assumed to represent only spin 1/2 particles; can be manipulated using legal mathematical operations – starting from the Dirac equation – so that it describes any general spin particle. If our approach is acceptable and is what Nature employs, then, as currently obtaining, one will not need a unique and separate equation to describe particles of different spins, but only one equation is what is needed – the General Spin Dirac Equation. This approach is more economic and very much in the spirit of unification – i.e., the tie-ing together into a single unified garment – a number of phenomenon (or facets of physical and natural reality) using a single principle, which, in the present case is the bunching together into one theory (equation), all spin particles into the General Spin Dirac Equation.

Comments: 8 Pages. Published: Nyambuya G. G., (2016), ‘Dirac Equation for General Spin Particles Including Bosons’, PSTJ, Feb. 12, Vol. 7(2) Article 20, pp.397− 404. (ISSN: 2153-8301; EAN13: 9781530161683)

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