tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-35187314.post412873601590022132..comments2020-07-07T07:45:56.548-04:00Comments on Physics Buzz: To be or not to be: the magnetic monopoleAPS Webmasterhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/05951833208918853453noreply@blogger.comBlogger2125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-35187314.post-25961165026828306722009-09-22T15:34:44.420-04:002009-09-22T15:34:44.420-04:00I have a fractal theory of light that to a certain...I have a fractal theory of light that to a certain extent relies on monopoles. If light were fractal in nature we will never be able to reach light's elementary particle. What if light waves were ever reducing and repeating like a fractal. What if we can never reach the smallest particle of light because it reduces infinitely. What would the application of fractal geometry do to our understanding of light as a wave or as a particle. How would quantum physics use fractal geometry to explain the uncertainty principle? smallfreiguy@gmail.comAnonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-35187314.post-22926638288304546682009-09-13T21:35:02.078-04:002009-09-13T21:35:02.078-04:00The magnetic field is imaged by RQT mathematical m...The magnetic field is imaged by RQT mathematical modeling as having two poles due to the spin states of the magnetic force particles present. An N type field's magnemedons are all spin-aligned (clockwise or counterclockwise?) as one concerted, interdependent field-matrix. The physical sense of that stems from the topology of an electron's magnetic fields, which hold planar-spherical arrays around the central electrocore. The dense, cool magnetic particles rely on the intense, diffusive radiance of negative electric charge particles emitted by the electrocore, and bonded at radial spherical shell distances. These spherical (-) minon field sheet arrays continually lose force to the magnetons and their satellite magnedonic matrix of radiance as their source of momentum, hence binding those magnetic networks to curviplanar sheets. <br />Unpaired electrons give magnetic qualities to elements due to that presence of monopolar (+/- 1/2) spin-aligned magnefield. There may be some misinterpretation of the monopole effect among some scientists, but the two poles of a bar magnet have opposite spin of their highly aligned magneton arrays, giving attraction or repulsion field effects due to the workon quantization of wavelengths. Details of electron spin quantum dynamics equations using the h-bar are available in physical ce=hemistry textbooks.<br />The magnetic field's particles either mesh into the counterposed field by spin and gain momentum to shrink their collective wavelength, or lose momentum due to their continual particle spin-realignments, extending the collective magnefield's wavelength. Attractive or repulsive force is exerted by the workons, which quantize all magnetic particles by their unitized force emissions. A bar magnet, or field-coupled pair, act as one photon when their magnetic fields share coherent field-array thermodynamics. <br />The complete guide to picoyoctometric RQT atomic model mathematical imaging, titled The Crystalon Door, with a full chapter on 'The Magneton as a Particle with Mass', is available online at http://www.symmecom.com with images of the h-bar magnetic energy field particle of ~175 picoyoctometers. TCD conforms to the unopposed motion of disclosure in U.S. District (NM) Court of 04/02/2001 titled The solution to the Equation of Schrodinger, U.S. copyright TXu1-266-788.Dale Ritterhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/10225253084255949037noreply@blogger.com