The Synthesis of Quantum Electrodynamics, Special RT . . . 

Auf folgenden Beitrag von Walter Babin, Kanada, m?chte ich besonders hinweisen:
?The Synthesis of Quantum Electrodynamics, Special Relativity and Classical Mechanics?
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A reassessment of the pivotal experiments of the last century leads to a broad generalization which incorporates the seemingly divergent tendencies of classical mechanics, relativity and the new quantum mechanics into one comprehensive physical theory. Apart from the ability to simplify, many of the wellknown contradictions in current theory are resolved by its application. A resolution of problems involving the propagation of light and interaction with matter is presented along with new insights into the structure of atoms and their constituent particles.
Introduction
The past century has witnessed the sublimation of a pragmatic and deterministic philosophy of physics into the almost religious fervor of relativism and probabilism. Quantum mechanics, whose very name infers discreteness, localization and simplicity found itself expressed through an obscure methodology and mathematical formalism of almost impenetrable complexity1. No sooner had the duality of particle and wave been experimentally confirmed than the "new" quantum mechanics emerged which attempted to supplant the former with the latter. The probabilistic tendency continues despite a proliferation of universal constants which argue the opposite. Among these are:
The speed of light
The charge on the electron
Planck's constant of angular momentum
The Rydberg constant
The "fine line" constant (1/137.036)
The velocity ratio of constants, e2/h and calpha
The rest masses of the electron and proton
The purpose of this paper is to effect a generalization in physics and thereby resolve many of its outstanding problems and contradictions. The generalization will confirm that all contemporary theories devolve to, or are an extension of the classical determinism of previous centuries. Of particular significance is the identification of the dual states of mechanics and electrostatics as opposing forces. A sound theoretical basis is established for relativistic dynamics and it is shown that both the electron and proton are aspects of the same fundamental particle.
Subatomic particles are assumed and ESU measurements are used throughout unless otherwise indicated.
Addendum Apr. 21, 2005:
An objection has been raised to the following interpretation of the propagation of light in that it does not explain stellar aberration. This is easily resolved since it requires only that a wave front be discontinuous; an attribute postulated by Huygens over 300 years ago and resurrected by A. Einstein in the form of light corpuscles (photons). In order to capture the image, a telescope of length (l) moving with a velocity (v) must be angled a distance (d), so that (d = lv/c).
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