Authors: M. J. Germuska
A new theory of particles is presented based on solid mathematical foundations of Variational Calculus, Euler’s Equations of Motion and Special Relativity. The Vir Theory of Particles explains that a particle is a stationary circular wave created by the motion of a quantum vortex in the relativistic ether. Mathematical equations show that they must have integer or half-integer spin, explain why E = h, why the electric charge must be plus, minus or zero, why neutral particles come in right-handed and left-handed pairs, why charge-parity-time (CPT) transformation are invariant and why there is no stable anti-matter, except for the very light anti-atoms. A simple formula for the relationship between particle spin and mass is also derived, that can be used to verify the theory using the existing PDG data.
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