Mathematical Physics


On the Nature of Maxwell and Dirac Field

Authors: Vu B Ho

In this work we discuss the nature of Maxwell and Dirac field by examining the mathematical structures of the subfields that are coupled to form these two physical fields. We show that while Maxwell and Dirac field are hyperbolic fields which are described by wave equations the subfields are elliptic fields which are described by elliptic equations. Therefore, it is reasonable to suggest that the subfields are more fundamental and should be used to represent quantum particles in stable states with invariant physical properties. Furthermore, since the subfields are described by elliptic equations therefore they comply with the Euclidean relativity rather than the pseudo-Euclidean relativity as Maxwell and Dirac fields do, and this results in profound implications such as if quantum particles possess physical properties that are represented by subfields which are described by elliptic equations, hence acting in accordance with the Euclidean relativity, then they can be used to explain physical phenomena that require physical transmissions with speeds greater than the speed of light in vacuum, such as the Einstein-Podosky-Rosen paradox in quantum entanglement. As a further discussion, we also show that it is possible to formulate a Dirac-like elliptic field that complies with the Euclidean relativity.

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[v1] 2019-08-24 01:14:12

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