## Archive for January, 2016

### 339(4): Summary of Concepts to Date: Number of Vacuum Particles in the Universe

January 30, 2016

This note gives a summary and careful check of concepts to date, and shows that the gyromagnetic ratio as well as the electron g factor depends on the vacuum angular frequency. The relativistic gyromagnetic ratio is given in Eq. (18) for the Zeeman effect in a relativistic particle. Previous calculations of the velocity and mass of the vacuum particle are checked. It is shown that it is possible to develop a new type of scattering theory in which vacuum particles scatter off matter particles and vice versa. So there can be Compton scattering of a photon from the vacuum particle for example. This means that light travelling billions of light years through deep space will be scattered and will become diffuse, scattered apparently off nothing, however the light is scattered by vacuum particles. Given an estimate of the mass of the universe, and the mass of the vacuum particle (about 2 ten power minus 33) the number of vacuum particles in the universe can be calculated. This assumes that the universe is made up overwhelmingly of non visible matter, with galaxies situated in the deep space far apart from each other. The mass of visible matter in the universe (galaxies) is ten power 53 kilograms, which according to same old dogma (sod all or nothing in it) is 20% of the total mass. The rest being made up of “dark matter” and “dark energy” or “missing mass”. The missing mass is therefore 4 x ten power 53 kilograms. So there are about 2 x ten power 86 vacuum particles in the universe. These are all gravitating particles. So dark mass and all that stuff is replaced by the far more sensible vacuum particle. being sensible it is not dogma.

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### Discusion of Note 339(3)

January 30, 2016

Thanks, I think that Eq. (8) is OK: alpha(universal) = 2.333 /(2.998 x 0.068) x ten power minus 28 / ten power 8. It is a very small power absorption coefficient. In the laboratory, some typical power absorption coefficients are given in the early Omnia Opera papers. In spectroscopic terms this means that the space between an object and an observer contains almost no matter on average. This is all developed in detail in UFT49, based on the Assis theory.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 29/01/2016 14:00:33 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: 339(2): The Vacuum Hamiltonian and Velocity of the Vacuum Particle

There is obviously an error in the exponent of the universal absorption coefficient. This is

Horst

Am 27.01.2016 um 14:51 schrieb EMyrone:

This note gives the vacuum energy equation and hamiltonian (10), and the velocity of the vacuum particle is calculated to be 0.068c from the anomalous g factor of the static electron. A lot of background detail is given.

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### Discussion of 339(2)

January 30, 2016

Many thanks for checking this.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 29/01/2016 13:45:12 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: 339(2): The Vacuum Hamiltonian and Velocity of the Vacuum Particle

The numerical value of

v0 = 0.068 c

is correct. The general result is

or

Horst

Am 27.01.2016 um 14:51 schrieb EMyrone:

This note gives the vacuum energy equation and hamiltonian (10), and the velocity of the vacuum particle is calculated to be 0.068c from the anomalous g factor of the static electron. A lot of background detail is given.

### Discussion of 339(1) Part Two

January 30, 2016

Yes, H is always a constant of motion and so del in Eq. (19) acts only on U(r) for a central potential energy. So f1(r) can be calculated.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 29/01/2016 13:08:35 GMT Standard Time
Subj: PS: Re: 339(1): Development of the Correct Theory of Spin Orbit Structure

PS: in eq.(21) the functions f(r) or f1(r) contain H. Therefore H appears on both sides of eqs.(12) of (10). One can construct an approximate solution as we did earlier.
Concerning the general form of f(r) in eq.(19): Does only U depend on r and can we assume that H is constant in general?

Horst

Am 25.01.2016 um 13:31 schrieb EMyrone:

This note suggest the development of the correct theory of spin orbit fine structure before going on to a new theory of the Lamb shift. Some computer algebra is needed to evaluate Eq. (19) for the Coulomb potential.

### Discussion of 339(1)

January 30, 2016

Agreed, the hamiltonian H = E + U is always the starting point of the theory, where E = gamma m c squared is the total relativistic energy. For a free particle H = E, but any elementary particle is always interacting with vacuum, so U is always non zero.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 29/01/2016 12:48:19 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: 339(1): Development of the Correct Theory of Spin Orbit Structure

To recapitulate the concept of potential energy in general relativity: the “relativistic” energy
gamma m c^2
contains the kinetic and rest energy only. Any potential energy has to be introduced as an extra energy. I assume that we used this consistently in this way in all earlier papers on Dirac and similar theory.

Horst

Am 25.01.2016 um 13:31 schrieb EMyrone:

This note suggest the development of the correct theory of spin orbit fine structure before going on to a new theory of the Lamb shift. Some computer algebra is needed to evaluate Eq. (19) for the Coulomb potential.

### Copyright Permission from Alex Hill

January 30, 2016

Many thanks to Alex Hill! I will look in to the possibility of recording some of them myself, but no promises because I have no recording apparatus. I will ask around to see if an expert will help.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 29/01/2016 17:18:41 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: Question for Robert Cheshire and Alex Hill

Copyright permission granted to your colleague to copy the Spanish essay recordings to a youtube new channel.

Regards,

Alex Hill

### Comparison with Bob Dylan

January 29, 2016

He has sold one hundred million albums, compared with our thousand million printed pages order of magnitude. I mention this because Bob Dylan is a good poet, indeed he has been nominated for a Nobel Prize in literature. The most sold book in history is Charles Dickens “A Tale of Two Cities” about 200 million. Miss Harper Lee of Alabama sold 25 million copies of “To Kill a Mockingbird”. Google “List of best selling books”. Assuming that a book is a hundred pages we have made the equivalent of about ten million books available free of charge in fourteen years. So this puts things in context. The standard model standeth and turneth its face to the wall, O God, Oh sod it all!” With apologies to “Discobolus standeth and turneth his face to the wall, Oh God, Oh Montreal” (“A Psalm of Montreal” by Samuel Butler). Dylan Thomas as a poet would have sold at a rough guestimate no more than a million books in all since about 1933, but all his work is now online free. The sculptor of Discobolus was Myron, but it wasn’t me.

January 29, 2016

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### Permission from Robert Cheshire

January 29, 2016

Dear Robert,
This is very generous and greatly appreciated. So the transfer to youtube of all material broadcast by Robert Cheshire can now begin, plus all material broadcast in Welsh by myself. In order to record more material myself I will need the interest of a studio here in Wales.
Many thanks,
Myron

To: emyrone@aol.com
Sent: 29/01/2016 11:55:44 GMT Standard Time
Subj: RE: Question for Robert Cheshire and Alex Hill

Dear Myron,

All permissions granted!

Please distribute as you wish and see fit. This applies to all my vocal work of your essays etc, and indeed, all works that I have submitted to AIAS.
The only drawback may be in recording quality if the works get compressed further (particularly the longer, unsegmented ones. I believe I have already compressed several essays for broadcast (reduced memory size of voice files from CD quality, down to “sendable” quality, i.e. getting them thru the hotmail 25 meg, send window!) so they will distort on further compressions.

Studio quality in music would use about 5 meg per minute per track. So a 4 minute stereo music track would be about 40 megabytes as a “Master”. Mono track vocals (narrations) would use a lot less than this rate but nevertheless, some essays already posted (the longer ones) suffer from this compression distortion [ a
slow “rifled”, tube distortion]. This was one of the things that prompted me to offer my services – I then realised that it was caused by the compression necessary to get the works thru the then current send window of 10 meg max!

Best regards,

Robert

### 339(3): New Fundamental Constants of Physics

January 29, 2016

This note introduces the equation

H = v(vac) alpha (universal)

where H is the Hubble constant, v(vac) is the velocity of the vacuum particle, or moving frame of the vacuum particle with respect to the static electron or static observer frame, and alpha(universal) a proposed universal power absorption coefficient. In SI units:

H = 2.333 ten power minus 28 inverse seconds
alpha(universal) = 1.1444 ten power minus 35 inverse metres
v(vac) = 0.068c metres per second

In spectroscopic units,

alpha (universal) = 1.1444 ten power minus 37 neper wavenumbers or inverse centimetres

The universal power absorption coefficient is the constant which is responsible for the cosmological red shift once Big Bang is abandoned as a theory (see UFT49 and Evans / Morris papers). So this unifies cosmological scales and scales of elementary particles. The v(vac) is known with the same precision as that of the anomalous g factor of the electron. It is claimed that this is

g(electron) = – 2.00231930436182

but UFT85 contests this precision. It is also claimed that

g(muon) = – 2.0023318414
g(neutron) = – 3.82608545
g(proton) = 5.585694702

The electron does not have a sub structure, but the proton has a sub structure, so does the neutron. The basic Dirac theory is applied to the electron.

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