Monday, 16 November 2009

Quantum Mechanics the problem of infinities in Quantum Electrodynamics

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The coupling constant 137 cannot be explained and the problem of infinity can only be put right by the odd process of renormalization.

In Quantum Atom Theory the mathematical infinity is the infinite process of time and the coupling constant 137 can be explained.


The coupling constant 137 is formed by the continuous process of time creating the broken symmetry of spacetime.


The observer will see and feel this as the forward momentum of time and will have free-will within his or her own created spacetime.

We can find the coupling constant 137 by taking any two consecutive numbers of the Fibonacci series and form them into a fraction. Then multiple by 360 to get 222.5 we then subtract this from 360. The result will always be 137 that's why it's a constant. It is the symmetry and geometry of spacetime.


(If you can follow this your mathematics is better than mine)

But luckily we can also see this in the Beauty of creation within every individual part of our Universe.



Adam Schwankl said...

hey thanks for the explanation! Im really intrigued by your theory. I know that its hard to get ideas excepted in the scientific community but are you getting any recognition for this stuff? I wish you luck and I hope you get the credit you deserve for your work. :)

Art and Poetry said...

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