[6] **viXra:1101.0059 [pdf]**
*submitted on 19 Jan 2011*

**Authors:** Xianzhao Zhong

**Comments:** 8 pages

When a charged particle couples through its field with another
particle, and based on the dissimilar coupling strengths,it produces the 3
different potential functions ', namely, the Coulomb potential, weak coupling
potential and Yukawa potential. The 3 potentials show the common characteristics:
They are all periodic functions in time-space. Under the influence
of those potentials, a particle takes periodic motions in space. The author
notes that the electric field strength of an isolated charged particle would not
show the divergent phenomenon.

**Category:** Classical Physics

[5] **viXra:1101.0058 [pdf]**
*submitted on 19 Jan 2011*

**Authors:** Xianzhao Zhong

**Comments:** 8 pages

When discussing the free electromagnetic field, the author takes
the electric field and magnetic field as two physical events on the time-space
coordinate system. In line with the restricted theory of relativity, the author
discusses the particle characteristics of the free electromagnetic field, and
deems that the electromagnetic particle and the form of particle-captured
energy are in perfect conformity with the Planck quantum assumption. In
the ending part of the paper, the author has discussed the value of action
exerted by dissimilar particles.

**Category:** Classical Physics

[4] **viXra:1101.0057 [pdf]**
*submitted on 19 Jan 2011*

**Authors:** Xianzhao Zhong

**Comments:** 8 pages

Starting from the Gauss field equation, the author of this paper
sets up a group of electromagnetic field functions and a continuity equation
which depicts the electric and magnetic fields. This group of equations is
in perfect conformity with the Maxwell equation. By using these function
groups we derived another group of wave equation of the free electromagnetic
field, in which the wave amplitude is the function of frequency ! and wave
number k.

**Category:** Classical Physics

[3] **viXra:1101.0044 [pdf]**
*submitted on 12 Jan 2011*

**Authors:** Richard D. Ruquist

**Comments:** 9 pages, Retired physicist, Grafton, Massachusetts, USA

A consequence of 10d supersymmetric string theory is the existence of a
universal subspace called the Calabi-Yau Compact Manifold (CYCM) which is composed
of a 3D array of discrete units of 6d compactified space. The recent astronomical
evidence that Sommerfeld's fine-structure constant varies slightly across the visible
universe (from north to south in an Earth perspective) suggests that the flux windings
in the discrete 10^-30 cm diameter CYCM units may vary similarly across the universe.
String theorists estimate that the flux has 10 quantum states while winding through the
500 or so holes in each CYCM unit, so that there are about 10^500 possible windings,
the so-called string landscape. Such a large number is more than enough possible windings
to fill many good size universes with distinct CYCM units. If the discrete and distinct
CYCM units are also numerable, they may have the properties of a Peano arithmetic and
possibly manifest an invisible emergent collective cosmic consciousness that permeates
the entire universe, separate from human physical consciousness.

**Category:** Classical Physics

[2] **viXra:1101.0043 [pdf]**
*submitted on 12 Jan 2011*

**Authors:** Janko Kokosar

**Comments:** Pages.

Sergio Rojas wrote an article about derivation of classical harmonic
oscillator. This derivation is more clear for students. Some sentences are added here
which still more visualize his derivation. A derivation of the Pythagorean theorem from
kinetic energy law is added. Such derivations are a way, how to improve visualization
of fundamental theories of physics, and to visualize their derivations and problems.

**Category:** Classical Physics

[1] **viXra:1101.0039 [pdf]**
*replaced on 13 Jan 2011*

**Authors:** Ron Bourgoin

**Comments:** 3 pages

With a little help from the wave equation, we show that
the square of the first derivative of the psi-function with
respect to time is an energy density. We then use potential
and electromagnetic theories to develop special relativity’s
mass-energy relation.

**Category:** Classical Physics