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Theorien jenseits der Standardphysik Sie haben Ihre eigene physikalische Theorie entwickelt? Oder Sie kritisieren bestehende Standardtheorien? Dann sind Sie hier richtig.

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Alt 04.04.13, 14:46
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Since they are so disturbing those minor errors on my paper for you,
The error of that ansatz is by far not an error of "minor" significance.

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please start reading from page 4 just at the up and right part of it. There you may find an alternative and easier presentation of the idea that gives the same result as on the other half page on the left.
...an alternative using eq(3), resulting from a wrong ansatz, for the last equality of eq(4.1)?

Yes, of course! Makes perfect sense...
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Alt 04.04.13, 21:57
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The error of that ansatz is by far not an error of "minor" significance.

...an alternative using eq(3), resulting from a wrong ansatz, for the last equality of eq(4.1)?

Yes, of course! Makes perfect sense...
I do not see where is your point. I suppose that you read the text before.
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Alt 05.04.13, 22:26
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The error of that ansatz is by far not an error of "minor" significance.

...an alternative using eq(3), resulting from a wrong ansatz, for the last equality of eq(4.1)?

Yes, of course! Makes perfect sense...
Hi Solkar!

You are very correct about the ansatz and I apologize for this. I just updated my document on this specific point and now looks better (I hope). I congratulate you because you are very observative as also more capable in mathematics than me. Just to be honest, mathematics is not my strength and not my hobby. I struggled a lot until to bring my paper on the current form since I left mathematics (differential equations, Fourier transformations, e.t.c) some 15 years ago during the studies on the fachhochschule. Moreover, you notice in my paper simple expressions (classical physics) and only a couple of integrals. If I would like to develop this idea with the today trends of Quantum Physics, it would be impossible because I am not aware and currently (as also I am not planning to learn them because it is simply too late for me and I have other interests) not capable of processing advanced mathematics.

I am not expecting from the above to correct my credibility or to see some kind of approval since the subject is very challenging for the foundations of physics. Actually, the use of classical physics to solve Quantum Mechanical phenomena, looks like to most (or all of them) of the specialists on the field as a joke. In any case, my work is a moment of inspiration and is accessible to everyone. The only pre-requirement is a Gymnasium education, knowing the basic in physics as also to have an exploration interest.
My apologies for my behavior to everyone and I wish to all of you a nice exploration in whatever you are up to!

Kind Regards

Ioannis Xydous

Web Site: http://www.ioannisxydous.gr/

SEPPv7: http://www.ioannisxydous.gr/SEPPv7.pdf

Switzerland

P.S. Although I sent my work to more than 1000 scientists worldwide (ESA, NASA, CERN, Max Planck Institute in Germany, Research institutes in EU, USA, Russia, e.t.c), I never received a reply and as it looks like I will never receive.
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Alt 05.04.13, 22:31
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Probably on this weekend when I have some time, I will present some indications as also some thought experiments where according to my opinion the mainstream physics overlooked a very critical subject (the speed of light constancy is actually not constant on quantum level).

An example (thought experiment) is the Compton Scattering where I may show you with formulations that it gives the same results when we use reduced velocity of light for the scattered photon.

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Alt 06.04.13, 16:01
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I just updated my document on this specific point and now looks better (I hope).
Hi Ioannis!

Got a link to the updated document?

This
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is, as the pdf-name implies, still v7 as of 13.03.2013 20:31.

Best regards, Solkar
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Alt 06.04.13, 17:30
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Hi Ioannis!

Got a link to the updated document?

This

is, as the pdf-name implies, still v7 as of 13.03.2013 20:31.

Best regards, Solkar
Hi Solkar!


The SEPPv7.pdf on the web site now is exactly the same version (v7) as also with the same date and time but with corrected the annoying mistake on page 4. This stupid mistake should not be there from the beginning where I find the creation of a new version (v8) unnecessary (due to page 4).

Thanks again and have a nice weekend!

Ioannis

P.S. Only when I make some major corrections or changes on the document, I create a new version. For example, from version (v6) to version (v7), I removed 20 pages with more questionable content (like neutrinos and other stuff). Neutrinos as also Quarks will be a future subject but completely separate papers.
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Alt 06.04.13, 18:19
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Hi everybody!
On the above we see the known Compton Scattering formulations (on the left) and the Compton Scattering based on the reduction of the speed of light with distance or photon Energy (on the right).

The header "After the Interaction" means that we measure the scattering angle after the interaction where the photon is far away from Electron's Field and speed of light is again constant (c). The header "During the Interaction" has the meaning that the scattering angle starts to be developed during the interaction with Electron's field where the speed of light reduces as long as the photon is being found within Electron's field.

The known Compton Scattering interpretation is based on the collision of photon with electron's mass. The new interpretation (according to my theory) is that the photon interacts with the Electric Field of the Electron where the reduction of the speed of light cause a momentum transfer to the Electron.

My theory is based on the following postulate: When a photon travels inside the field of a charged particle, the photon velocity reduces by keeping its wavelength invariable.

As you may notice both approaches give the same exiting frequency for the scattered photon. When I presented this argument to another forum, they told me (some of them where physicists) that is a completely wrong approach even if it gives the same result. The main reason according to them was that it violates Lorentz covariance as also Maxwell Equations where the speed of light is constant according to Einstein's second postulate.

OK, I understand this but what I presented above gives me the right to conclude the following according to the findings of my work: The speed of light has never been attempted to be measured under extreme conditions (Efield>1E15 V/m) where then it starts to be reduced significantly.

What do you think about all the above?

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Ioannis
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Alt 06.04.13, 23:42
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Hi Solkar!The SEPPv7.pdf on the web site now is exactly the same version (v7) as also with the same date and time but with corrected the annoying mistake on page 4. This stupid mistake should not be there from the beginning where I find the creation of a new version (v8) unnecessary (due to page 4).
Ioannis,

As fas I see, you only fixed the "∂" issue.
But your very ansatz, which had already been marked wrongful, still remains.

Regards, Solkar
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Alt 07.04.13, 00:36
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Ioannis,

As fas I see, you only fixed the "∂" issue.
But your very ansatz, which had already been marked wrongful, still remains.

Regards, Solkar
Please could you be more specific because I really do not understand.

Regards

Ioannis
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Alt 07.04.13, 12:09
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Because you wrongfully assume neutral photons interact with Coulomb fields like charged particles in your ansatz for [Xyg13], your whole ansatz is plainly wrong, thus your paper [Xyg13] is null and void.
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