435(3): Splits and Shifts due to Frame Transformation

Frame transformation produces Eq. (6), which is the time dependent Schroedinger equation in m space. It can be applied to any problem given the computer power. Experiments could be made with a wide range of m functions using for example the hydrogenic wave functions. The number of shifts and splittings must be the same from both sides of Eq. (6). When m(r) = 1 Eq. (13) results, and shows clearly what the analysis means. Strictly speaking m(r) theory is relativistic so this analysis must be extended to the Dirac theory. A lot of claims are made for quantum electrodynamics but it is not a precise theory with no adjustables. For example the Lorenz condition is used. A casual glance at google will show this. The Lorenz condition is not fundamental. There are no such problems with m theory. The major problem with QED is the use of virtual particles which cannot be observable and which are created in an unknowable way from the so called Heisenberg uncertainty principle.

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