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In July 2008 the journal Pramana published the article Deformed special relativity with an invariant minimum speed and its cosmological implicationshttp://www.ias.ac.in/pramana/v71/p1/fulltext.pdf, by Dr. Cláudio Nassif, PhD, who since 1989 has developed a new version for relativity named Symmetrical Special Relativity (SSR).
Wladimir Guglinski has been thinking about the foundations of his own Quantum Ring Theory (QRT) since 1990.
Nassif’s SSR and Guglinski’s QRT are complementary, apparently established from the same fundamental premises.
Here Guglinski addresses some of the common backgrounds of the two theories.
In 4 August 2008 the website of Barnes & Noble published the following review by Dr. Nassif , in the link of Quantum Ring Theory:
The successor of Quantum Mechanics
A reviewer (email@example.com) 08/04/2008
Claudio Nassif, PhD theoretical physicist 'firstname.lastname@example.org'.
I am the author of Symmetrical Special Relativity, which first paper was published by the journal Pramana in July 2008 under the title: 'Deformed special relativity with an invariant minimum speed and its cosmological implications'.
We, theoretical physicists, develop theories by using the mathematics, some theorems, many axioms, supporting fundamental principles, but there is not a physical reality underlying our theories. Actually one of achivements of the 20th Century is that a physical reality is unatainable in Modern Physics.
But Guglinski's theory just supplies physical models to Theoretical Physics. In his theory are proposed physical models for the photon, the fermions, the neutron, the hydrogen atom, the nucleus, and the aether, and his QRT proposes the fundamental principles from which those physical models work. My SSR and Guglinski's QRT are complementary.
A future consistent agglutination of SSR and QRT will perform a New Grand Unified Theory which, if confirmed by experiments, will constitute the New Physics of the 21th Century.
Also recommended: A new description for an ether 'the dark energy or 'cosmological constant'' is given in Pramana Vol71, n1, p.1-13 '2008'
Both SSR and QRT work by considering the ether.
Nassif’s theory considers the ether in the field of relativity, and so it deals with the macroscopic aspect of the space.
However Nassif introduced in his theory a new concept: the minimum speed of the elementary particles.
Einstein’s theory proposes a maximum speed: the velocity “c? of light. Nassif postulates that there is a minimum speed too: a speed untainable by the elementary particles. That’s why his theory is symmetrical.
Such new fundamental principle brings a new possibility for the relativity: Nassif introduces in the old Einstein’s theory the possibility to deal with some microscopic aspects of the space.
One of the microscopic aspect is the feature of motion of the elementary particles: in SSR the particles move according to the helical trajectory (zitterbewegung), a hypothesis also considered in QRT, where it is proposed:
1- a model of photon that moves through the helical trajectory,
2- a new model of neutron formed by proton+electron, where the electron moves about the proton by a Newtonian classical trajectory, because within the neutron the electron loses the helical trajectory from which a free electron moves in the space, and such lost of the helical trajectory implies in several new properties of the electron within the neutron, among which ones we can quote:
2.1- the electron loses its spin becoming a boson,
2.2- the electron loses its big magnetic moment, because the big magnetic moment of a free electron is due to its helical trajectory, lost within the neutron,
2.3- its zitterbewegung energy is converted to kinetic energy, a fact that explains why cold fusion is theoretically possible,
In QRT it is proposed the physical structure of the ether (constituted by massless electric, magnetic, and gravitational particles). In particular, QRT proposes that a repulsive gravity is produced by two particles G(+) and G(-) , and they actuate even inside the hydrogen atom. See:
PowerPedia:Cold fusion, Don Borghi's Experiment, and hydrogen atom:
According to Nassif’s SSR, the minimum speed and the helical trajectory are interconnected. And from these two hypothesis he succeeded to calculate theoretically the value of the cosmological constant, a theoretical prowess never obtained by any theory.
From Quantum field theory, the supposed successor of Quantum Mechanics, the zitterbewegung cannot be considered as a helical trajectory.
There is a grave theoretical restrictions against the helical trajectory, the reason why the theorists could not take seriously the proposals of Quantum Ring Theory.
Indeed, consider that a particle approaches to the minimum speed. In the Einstein’s relativity the mass of particles increases when their velocity increases near to light speed. Unlike, in Nassif’s theory the mass of particles diminishes when they tend to the minimum speed.
But as they mass diminishes, they would have to accelerate, and so there is an apparent paradox in the proposal of the helical trajectory.
However such paradox exists when we dont consider the ether. In his SSR Nassif shows that, by considering the ether, it’s possible to conciliate the minimum speed with the decreasing of the mass.
With the confirmation of the helical trajectory (by experiments and by eliminating the theoretical restrictions, as Nassif is doing), we conclude that Quantum Field Theory cannot be successor of Quantum Mechanics, because there is need of a theory where the zitterbewegung is considered as a helical trajectory.
The time will show who is the true successor of Quantum Mechanics.
Comment by Adrian Akau (email@example.com):
"Mikhail Manzha's theory is that the particles of metal less than 60nm have no gravity but have attraction, one for the other and can move in high viscosity liquids and assembled in 'globules'. He believes that gravity is the transformation of neutron flow wind by the crystalline structure of matter and does not agree with the present theories proposed by Dr. Cludio Nassif or Vladmir Gugllinski as he considers the foundation of their theoretical structure to be weak."
Mr. Manzha's thinking seems to be in agreement with the Grebennikov Cavity Structure effect (CSE):
as presented by N. Cherednichenko, Senior Researcher, Biophysics Laboratory, Institute of Human Pathology and Ecology, Russian Academy of Medical Science.
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