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Old 10-09-2015, 05:30 AM
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What result do I have using “ideal gas” to the zero vacuum?
One result (from many) is:
I can know the real geometrical form of quantum particles.
Today the theoretical physics thinks about quantum particles
as a “point” or as a “ball” or as a “string” without to pay attention
on the reference frame where they exist. But every reference frame
creates its own form of existence. (RF of sea creates – fish and RF
of savanna creates another kind of living beings and conditions of
The geometrical form of particles as a “point” is a necessary and useful
mathematical model . . . but . . . not a real physical objects.
The geometrical form of particles as a “ball” depends on specific
reference frame and specific forces to create the “ball”.
Because the quantum particles have frequencies, it means that they
must somehow vibrate as a “string” theorists decided to try
to understand nature by using “string – particles”
(1-D line with Planck's length but without thickness) in a . . . .
mathematical 11-D. “String – particle” is only theoretical invitation:
there isn’t a physical law that says: “ . . . because . . . so . . . and so . . . .
particle must be string”.
Geometrical form of particles as a “string” has many problems
as it is written in the book "The trouble with Physics" by Lee Smolin.
Of many laws of “ideal gas” I will take one: Charles's law from
the 1780s ( also known as the law of volumes) and use it to zero
vacuum T=0K in order to understand the geometrical form of
quantum particle.
According to Jacques Charles’ law (and the consequence of the
third law of thermodynamics ) as the thermodynamic temperature
of a system approaches absolute zero the volume of particles
approach zero too. It means that these particles must have flat forms.
From all geometrical forms the form of a circle is most ideal and
symmetrical and it is written by the formula: pi= c /d =3,14 . . . . .
In such condition the quantum k-molar particles are ”virtual particles”
in . . . a virtual state, . . .in an equilibrium state . . . . in a relax state . .
. . . . in a potential state .
To change this equilibrium state needs forces, quantum forces.
Without forces every flat quantum k-molar particle in T=0K must be
in a symmetrical equilibrium micro - circle state: c/d=pi=3,14 . . . . .
Once more.
Physicists don’t say that according to the law “X” or “Y” or “Z”
particles must be or “ball”, or “string” or “triangle”.
And I show concrete, specific law (s) that says which
concrete geometrical form quantum particles must have.
Israel Sadovnik Socratus
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