Explore this site to find solutions
to some of the great remaining mysteries of science!
The presentation of new and unique theories
with proofs based on real
see our new mathematical art
page and 2012
CiSE article presents a new electromagnetic SPICE model of the atom
What are the most important problems in physics yet to be
solved? Einstein believed that the greatest remaining mystery of science
is the difference between matter
In his lectures at Columbia, Planck stated that
his "Principle of Least Action" might be extended to resolve this
problem. This has been my main objective over the past 24 years using modern
method of electromechanics. Unfortunately, other contemporary efforts in
the field of physics have been primarily shifted from the properties of
field exclusively to the contemporary quantum properties of matter (particles).
The limitation to investigations of tiny particles cannot by itself solve
the problem, which stalls the full advancement of physics. It is my belief
that the force of gravity is primarily an electromagnetic effect, and I
devoted a significant effort to solve this mystery. This led to other discoveries
of electromagnetism that account for Van der Waal forces and expressions
that go beyond that of the Casimir force by utilizing eigenvector equations
in discrete form.
My first book, The Secret of Gravity
, was published in 1997, and it was based on a new modern electronic model
of the hydrogen atom, similar to the approach of Planck in his famous theory
of radiation. The electronic model is different from the quantum method
in that it is based on both electromagnetic and quantum properties. The
force of gravity is primarily an electric differential force that
is a small fraction of the internal electromagnetic forces of the atom.
This theory is confirmed by correlation to real measurements.
Can you derive Einstein's equation E = mc^2 ? I derived rather
easily it in just one short page of my book, "Secrets
of the Atom" (page 64). I stumbled on it when I constructed a new
electromagnetic model of the atom to derive its energy. The starting point
was the Mesny electromagnetic radiation equations
that date back to 1935 or earlier and have been thoroughly tested over many
years. These equations were then expressed in terms of eigenvectors, which
is perhaps a better method than that of the Casimir force for the three
space vectors (x,y,z) individually. I also employed the Lorentz force and
Newton's second law of motion. My method is relatively simple in comparison
to the complex and confusing long drawn out mathematical derivations of
One of the most challenging problems in physics and science
is the abstract Bohr radius problem. Strangely enough, this problem resulted
in the invention of quantum mechanics in which energy concepts predominate.
Unfortunately, quantum mechanics only produces an approximate "orbital"
for the atom that is based on probabilities that does not conform to the
ever increasing Bohr radii. I find it strange that present day physicists
could accept such a contradictory abstract theory. I have discovered
a solution to the Bohr problem, with an exact orbit that conforms to measurements.
This solves one of the most important remaining problems of physics, as
fully described in my book: "The
Birth of an Atom" .
It is true that space is not "empty" and that it
has electromagnetic properties. In fact, it has viscosity, which is extremely
low as I have shown in my fourth book about Planck's theory. It was known
long ago that the speed of light in a vacuum is dependent on these electromagnetic
properties, which led to the aether theory. Quantum Mechanics, however,
is focused on particle theory, and that is the current difficulty in that
it neglects electromagnetic fields that exist everywhere. Of what is a particle
made? Today's physicists are concentrating on the Higgs
Boson, which they believe constitutes the hidden
matter of the universe, rather than the electromagnetic properties of
matter. If so, then how is it related to the speed of light and the electromagnetic
constants upon which it depends? The Higgs Boson reference asserts that
it "casts a shadow", which means that it impedes radiation. If
it impedes radiation, then how is it that all radiation passes through a
vacuum without loss? It seems that particle theory has significant difficulties
and many unanswered questions. My approach concentrates on the electromagnetic
properties of the universe, and no such flaws have yet been found.
In my fourth book about Planck's theory,
I was able to derive a dynamic portrayal of a quantum of energy that results
from the change in state of an atom using a pure electromagnetic
model of the atom, similar to that of Planck. I don't think you will find
anything like this anywhere else that is based on substantial evidence.
My solutions are all based on real solutions and correlation to accepted
Quantum Mechanics (a "particle" theory) was based
on the Bohr hydrogen atom, an abstract electromagnetic model as Bohr himself
admitted. In his model, the atom can reach any size, which
we know is not possible. In spite of this anomaly, the Bohr atom does conform
to measurements of coherent radiation from the hydrogen atom to a high degree,
which is the primary reason that physicists had accepted the Bohr model.
Although Bohr admitted that his model is abstract, some physicists actually
claimed to have detected such atoms! The present Quantum Mechanics atom
model was based on an energy shell in order to avoid this
orbit problem, so it cannot predict orbits (only inexact probable orbitals).
In the new field theory presented here, not only is the size problem
resolved, the precise electron orbit is also determined. This
is a fundamental problem that had never before been solved. Recent
evidence shows that light also does not consist of particles.
Did you know that the transverse properties of electromagnetic
waves and light have never been completely defined? This fundamental problem
has remained for two centuries. I have shown that transverse electromagnetic
waves travel faster than the speed of
light! The electric wave of a dipole antenna moves across the antenna,
while the radial wave is orthogonal to it. This discrepancy in theory has
long been neglected. By using the known model of the radiation from an antenna
and rewriting the equation constants in proper form, the plots of the radiating
waves show transverse properties never before recognized, even though confirmed
by early measurements. This new characterization of transverse
wave properties has great potential for advancing the basic knowledge
of physics. Note that all present physics model of radiation indicate pure
spherical waves. In fact Einstein's theory of relativity is based
on this flawed assumption, so there are deep implications as to the value
of this revelation. Note that the model that I have used has been proved
over and over during the past 77 years since the earliest reference that
I could find. Why didn't anyone notice this before? That is a mystery beyond
How is Matter Formed
in the Universe? How do an electron and a proton combine to form a hydrogen
atom? For many years, it was believed that a barrier surrounds the proton
in an atom which prevents the electron from crashing into it, which presents
a dilemma. The amazing answer to this problem can be found in this book.
As based on the electromagnetic effects of a moving electron as outlined
by Planck, the electron moves in a new and different way (so small that
it has not yet been detected) to avoid the proton!
The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle
asserts that the position and velocity of high energy particles cannot be
measured accurately in a single measurement. Although essentially true,
it is indeed possible to make such measurements accurately. We know that
every single measurement of each and every type and in every field of endeavor
has such inaccuracies, but there are known ways to make them accurate as
we apply the methods of classical electronic analysis. Learn the characterization
method that yields the "certainty" at the above link.
I spent two full years in studying Planck's quantum theory
and ended up writing a book on Planck's Columbia Lectures
. This is a great book for any scientist, and is well worth reading about
Planck's scientific methods. See why and how Planck used the electronic
oscillator as his model for the atom. This is the same approach
that I used in the analysis of the gravitational force. For the first time,
you will see a graphic illustration of a photon in real time as derived
from Planck's rarely referenced "energy state equation", which
I doubt that you will find in any other Internet search. The language translation
of Planck's lectures are not very clear, and the interpretation of the constants
and variables that are so confusing for each lecture is quite important.
Also check out the Planck's Units page to
see why the gravitational constant is not needed (based on Planck's later
writings about universal units). Planck's second lecture could be the basis
of a great college chemistry course, since he derived many of the laws of
physics from mainly two equations! Quite amazing.
Viewers may also want to begin by seeing an example of the surprising
great force between electrons and protons in working out an example of
the so-called weak force of atomic physics
(separate electrons and protons and see the force between them).Those
who try to solve the puzzle of the shape of the dynamic wave of a moving
dipole will also discover a new insight as to the shapes of dynamic
field waves, from which it is possible to visualize these characteristics.
I was quite surprised to learn how many physicists are not fully versed
in being able to determine the isoclines of the electric dipole static
field. Unless one knows this in detail, it is not possible to determine
what happens to the field shape as the dipole moves. I challenge anyone
who believes otherwise to solve this moving dipole puzzle. No visitor
has yet offered a solution to this problem! Be the first to
offer a reasonable solution and win a free book and see the precise solution
that will give you a greater insight as to how transverse waves move through
space. These waves are based on the well known antenna radiation equation.
Too bad no one seems to have plotted the waves before or derived the eigenvector
In addition to the significant accomplishments listed above, you will
be able to find the method by which you can calculate
the logarithm of a number without a calculator or a table of logarithms!
This can be very valuable for electronic engineers, radio amateurs, etc.
or anyone else working with logarithms. All you have to do is remember
one number, and you can calculate any logarithm, or decibel value, to
within a small degree of error.
Uncertainty Principle asserts that the position of fast moving particles
cannot be measured accurately. According to quantum mechanics, the more
precisely the determination of the position of a particle, the less precisely
its momentum is, or vice versa. As a result, the quantum mechanics model
of the hydrogen atom offers only an approximation of the position of the
electron. Is this principle always valid, or is the Heisenberg