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The Theory of Everything. Basics of quantum mechanics, elementary particles, gravitation and antigravitation.

The Theory of Everything. Basics of quantum mechanics, elementary particles, gravitation and antigravitation.

Publisher: "Estamp", Volgograd, 2008. Softcover, 244 pages

Alexander Stadnitsky
Evgeny Stadnitsky
Sergey Stadnitsky

“In fact, we do not know, which concept is the correct one for our world... Nowadays, the main problem of the scientific research in the area of fundamental particles resides in discovering what the correct concepts to describe the nature are. ... The question about what fundamental and non-fundamental particles are—the question that is so much spoken about—is the question about what the final concept of the world will be like from quantum mechanics perspective. Will such a concept as the electron momentum still be capable of describing the nature? And finally, should the question be posed this way at all? Such ideas permanently occur during any scientific research. At least, we understand the problem—how to find the concept? But we do not know the answer yet. We even do not know if it is what the problem consists of or not, but if it is, then we first need to find out whether each particular particle is fundamental or not.” This is what R. Feynman said in his famous lectures about the major challenge of physics. Indeed, currently there are many highly skilled theoretical physicists who are proficient in the latest mathematical approaches. All these “big guns” without knowing the enemy’s locations (which, as we assume, is the world concept) “shoot randomly” hoping to end up with anything useful as a result. But they have failed so far. We need new ideas, new concepts.

This book presents a new vision of the authors on the “Theory of Everything”, which is completely different from anything existing in the modern science. The conceptual points of this theory have been proven by experimental effects related to gravitational and antigravitational interactions of the tested loads in the field of Earth and measurement of the Compton’s wavelength of the gravitational quantum. Compared to the previous edition, the book has been considerably revised in the part of the photon theory i.e. the physical essence and structure of the following photons have been revealed and described in details:

- pulse and light photons;
- potential photons, by means of which bodies/objects interact on the surface of planets;
- resonance photons, which are responsible for heating up cores of planets and stars.

Furthermore, gravitational conditions on the Solar system’s planets have been calculated. Based on the quantum analog of Kepler’s third law, we revised conditions of solar system planets’ interaction with the Sun, as well as the conditions of Mars and Jupiter interaction with its satellites. The description of the Omega particle (Omega baryon) has been added to elementary particles.

Where does the divergent approach of the authors to the problem of physical objects’ interaction reside in? We believe that contemporary physics and astronomy are still guided by the concepts of mechanisms of gravitational interaction that have existed in the science since the times of I. Newton. The conviction that the Cavendish’s gravitational constant is the universal constant violates the Law of Conservation of Energy and Kepler’s third law. Furthermore, for the authors of different theories of physical interactions, such a conviction becomes a starting point to the fragmentation of physics into multiple types of interactions that do not have common roots.

Actually, gravity related calculations can be performed without Cavendish’s gravitational constant. Besides, when developing the special theory of relativity, A. Einstein actually mixed up one of the twins with the physical vacuum, with respect to which the twins were moving. Therefore, when scientists encounter relativistic motion of a particle, the mass of which grows, they can understand it. But there is another case that is equally applicable: when the mass of a particle decreases as a result of relativistic motion. Both of these processes are links of the same chain. The particle receives energy in the first case and gives it away in the second case. An example of such a particle is the photon that heats up the planet core. To continue with examples, we can pay attention to the fact, that all interactions in our nature involve resonance which is a new concept for physical theorists.

Developing theories, the authors do not take into account the fact that the interaction objects have different time scales. If we look into the root of the process we discover that resonance levels/equates the time scales of the interacting objects, creating a standing wave between them. The standing wave is responsible for the discreteness of energy and its balance, which we call the Law of Conservation of Energy. The quantum is the measure of discreteness, i.e. a part of an electromagnetic standing wave between two neighboring nodes. The standing wave’s full energy is equal to zero, but the internal and external energies are balanced, which determines the interaction energy balance. It is worth noting that quantum is not the smallest energy carrier. It is just a measure for energy discreteness. For example, elementary particles are quanta, but they can disintegrate into other elementary particles and photons.

We have to admit the complete misunderstanding of gravitational interaction process by the contemporary physics. In this book, the reader can find a lot of information about gravity, starting with fundamental concepts and ending with the interaction of planets.

Besides the gravitational interaction, the book deals with theoretical issues of antigravitation and its application aspects. Antigravitation is an integral part of the theory of gravitation and is based on its principles. The study of the antigravitation phenomenon allows putting it in a standalone category due to its practical application in aerospace industry. The book provides characteristic indicators of quanta of the intrinsic field of an antigravitation apparatus. Such an apparatus would break through the gravitation of not only Earth.
We also included the Theory of Elementary Particles in the book. The interaction laws are the same for both elementary particles and gravitation processes. If the resonance energy of the electron and muon in an atom transforms into the energy of nuclear elementary particles whereas in gravitational processes the resonance energy of gravitational quanta transforms into the energy of resonance photons heating the core of the planet or the Sun.

Based on the calculations provided in this book, one may talk of the circulation of energy in the world. Everyone is aware of the cosmic microwave background (CMB) or relic radiation. It is an isotropic radiation, which, according to scientists’ opinion, was “torn apart” from the matter during the “Big Bang”. Based on the laws that we have discovered we can see a different picture. Imagine a dot in space. The dot has the motion time and the relative time. The dualism of time in this dot determines the presence of an energy quantum, as the delta of the motion time and the relative time determines the relaxation time of the quantum and it’s mass. In other words, we can say that any dot in the world is the source of primary energy. It is what isotropic radiation of space is. We can see that this dot is a light photon. Here, no cosmic microwave background/relic radiation is present. The temperature of a light photon is 3.2K and is equal to the temperature background of the isotropic radiation of space. Light photon in the rest condition is a gravitational quantum.

As exemplified by gravity, we can see that resonance sets the scene for transformation of the energy of quanta into the energy of planets and stars. The reader can see that the universe is different from how it is described by the contemporary science, and its energy state is self-sufficient. Due to substantial difference related to the understanding of the fundamental principles of interaction in the description of physical processes between us and authors of other modern theories, we tried to progress from simple motion, i.e. interaction, to complex one in the course of this book. We will prove that the laws of interaction of a traveler with the world, orienting himself in time and space by means of his watch are the same as the laws of interaction of elementary particles, gravitation, antigravitation, electromagnetism, and other types of interactions. The unified logical connection and unified physical laws in different interactions, as well as the compliance of these laws to the experimental data gives grounds to consider this publication the basis of the “Theory of Everything.”