History and Philosophy of Physics

   

The Quantization of Space

Authors: Uta Volkenborn, Heinz Volkenborn

The fine-structure constant α=1⁄137 demands a quantization of space. For this purpose, we refer to a volume constant of electromagnetic processes, which takes effect as a volume quantum. This involves not only a re-evaluation of the Dirac equation but also, and above all, a determination of Einstein’s velocity vector as the fundamental property of these processes. A prerequisite is the linking of the hydrogen spectrum with the hydrogen nucleus.

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