High Energy Particle Physics

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[4] viXra:0909.0047 [pdf] replaced on 8 Mar 2010

Doppler Assisted Quantum Unification Allowing Relativistic Invariance

Authors: Peter Jackson
Comments: 29 Pages. Plus Ref's. Inc. 5 Figures. Article 1. From a 53 page (ex. Figs.) paper.

Free action photo electron cloud build up to accelerated particles is considered, including its relationship to quantum fields, E.M. wave propagation and particle non - conservation. Related implications from cross discipline experiment and observation are reviewed and analysed. Correlations between this, the standard model, field theory, cosmological shocks and halos, dark matter and astrophysical anomalies are drawn and a new model is derived and tested to explore its ability to remove anomalies and paradox. The conceptual model utilises Einstein's postulates of Special Relativity, and constancy of 'c', and his opinion that "We can't solve problems using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them." also the conclusions of his 1952 paper[1] that inertial reference frames in space are actually "an infinite number of spaces...in motion with respect to each other." The historic pathway to, and assumptions following, the S.T.R. are reviewed against current data and an adjustment derived. A quantum mechanism for Doppler shifting emerges via 'Discrete Fields' which appears to allow Locality with the Reality Einstein sought from a Unified Field Theory.
Category: High Energy Particle Physics

[3] viXra:0909.0013 [pdf] submitted on 3 Sep 2009

On the Coupling Constants, Geometric Probability and Complex Domains

Authors: Carlos Castro
Comments: 9 pages, This article appeared in Progress in Physics vol. 2 April (2006) 46-53

By recurring to Geometric Probability methods it is shown that the coupling constants, αEM, αW, αC, associated with the electromagnetic, weak and strong (color) force are given by the ratios of measures of the sphere S2 and the Shilov boundaries Q3 = S2 x RP1, squashed S5, respectively, with respect to the Wyler measure ΩWyler[Q4] of the Shilov boundary Q4 = S3 x RP1 of the poly-disc D4 (8 real dimensions). The latter measure ΩWyler[Q4] is linked to the geometric coupling strength αG associated to the gravitational force. In the conclusion we discuss briefly other approaches to the determination of the physical constants, in particular, a program based on the Mersenne primes p-adic hierarchy. The most important conclusion of this work is the role played by higher dimensions in the determination of the coupling constants from pure geometry and topology alone and which does not require to invoke the anthropic principle.
Category: High Energy Particle Physics

[2] viXra:0909.0012 [pdf] submitted on 3 Sep 2009

The Charge-Mass-Spin Relation of Clifford Polyparticles, Kerr-Newman Black Holes and the Fine Structure Constant

Authors: Carlos Castro
Comments: 21 pages, This article appeared in Foundations of Physics vol 34, no. 7 ( 2004 ) 107.

A Clifford-algebraic interpretation is proposed of the charge, mass, spin relationship found recently by Cooperstock and Faraoini which was based on the Kerr-Newman metric solutions of the Einstein-Maxwell equations. The components of the polymomentum associated with a Clifford polyparticle in four dimensions provide for such a charge, mass, spin relationship without the problems encountered in Kaluza-Klein compactifications which furnish an unphysically large value for the electron charge. A physical reasoning behind such charge, mass, spin relationship is provided, followed by a discussion on the geometrical derivation of the fine structure constant by Wyler, Smith, Gonzalez-Martin and Smilga. To finalize, the renormalization of electric charge is discussed and some remarks are made pertaining the modifications of the charge-scale relationship, when the spin of the polyparticle changes with scale, that may cast some light into the alleged Astrophysical variations of the fine structure constant.
Category: High Energy Particle Physics

[1] viXra:0909.0006 [pdf] submitted on 1 Sep 2009

Particle Mass Levels

Authors: Bernard Riley
Comments: 10 pages

Particles occupy mass levels and sublevels within two sequences that descend in geometric progression from the Planck Mass. The common ratios of the sequences are r1=1/π and r2=2/π. Sublevels are arranged in subsequences of common ratio r1/p, where p is a power of 2. Concise graphical evidence is provided for the sequences. Atomic nuclei with 2≤A≤10, α-particle nuclei with A≤20, all nuclei of double magic number, many ground state hadrons, the weak gauge bosons and the charged leptons are shown to occupy mass levels and sublevels characterised by small p. The mass levels and sublevels constitute a framework upon which broken symmetries are displayed.
Category: High Energy Particle Physics