Nuclear and Atomic Physics

   

PAN-Theory

Authors: Carmine D'Errico

A unified theory of fundamental interactions represents today one of the most advanced research sectors. To it are linked the expectations about new worldviews and new implications on the technological and industrial processes for the evolution of the human species. At this unification process, it is assigned a general understanding of phenomena. In this article, we present an alternative theory we call PAN-Theory. The PAN-Theory provides a simple mechanical-algebraic model that proves to be exactly the Coulomb's interaction; therefore we demonstrate the elementary charge e and Planck's constant h to be expression of other constants with negligible errors. By the definition of a mass–time relation the presented Theory obtains and interprets in a new way the fine-structure constant \alpha and predicts the proton radius in an agreed extent with the most complex and current models. By the use of PAN-Theory a relativistic mass–energy relation is demonstrate and the wave-particle duality is presented in a new aesthetic. The final product of the presented theory is the expression of Newtonian gravity model as isomorphism of Coulomb model with negligible errors. In appendix a short demonstration for Doppler effect and for quantum entanglement is given.

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[v1] 2016-11-29 04:23:49
[v2] 2016-11-29 08:19:39

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