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Fundamental Physics Experiment



Fundamental Physics Experiment

When you are inter­ested in physics you must read “Unbe­liev­able”!

Quan­tum Mechan­ics (QM) assumes that elec­tro­mag­netic fields are con­ser­v­a­tive. The­o­ret­i­cally it has been proved that this assump­tion, a basic premise, is false.

It is amaz­ing that QM, claim­ing to be a the­o­ret­i­cal sci­ence, ignores the­o­ret­i­cal evidence!

(The Equiv­a­lence of Mag­netic and Kinetic Energy sec­tion 4 The Elec­tro­mag­netic Mass).

Sci­en­tists claim that QM is the most suc­cess­ful the­ory ever and there­fore must be correct!

Should not a the­o­ret­i­cal sci­ence be con­sis­tent with it’s premises?

QM ignores this and demands exper­i­men­tal proof.

The the­o­ret­i­cal basis for QM is the Elec­tro­mag­netic The­ory (EM). The EM-​theory assumes that mag­netic, elec­tric and elec­tro­mag­netic fields own phys­i­cal prop­er­ties qual­i­fy­ing them to be (math­e­mat­i­cal) vec­tor fields.

The assumed vec­tor prop­er­ties of the EM-​fields are of prac­ti­cal value because they allow vec­tor cal­cu­la­tions. As long as these cal­cu­la­tions are con­sis­tent with the phys­i­cal real­ity there is no objec­tion. But how do we know for sure that these math­e­mat­i­cal vec­tor prop­er­ties are valid what­ever the circumstances?

This we do not know.

The EM-​theory states that two par­al­lel and sim­i­larly mov­ing elec­tric cur­rents attract each other, while two par­al­lel but oppo­site cur­rents repel. This is empir­i­cally stated and there­fore unde­ni­able. How­ever the EM-​theory also claims that because of the assumed vec­tor qual­i­ties, two par­al­lel cur­rents of par­ti­cles with oppo­site sign must repel where the par­ti­cles move in the same direction.

Do we know that for sure?

Sci­ence never empir­i­cally stated that an elec­tron beam and a par­al­lel pro­ton beam, where the par­ti­cles move in the same direc­tion, repel. The fact that two elec­tron cur­rents behave vector-​like as the EM-​theory describes, does not nec­es­sar­ily imply that the same vec­tor cal­cu­la­tions are valid for the electron/​proton beam.

The­o­ret­i­cal evi­dence dis­qual­i­fy­ing QM is ignored by sci­ence. As a con­se­quence this leaves only empir­i­cal evi­dence to fal­sify QM. In the ether the­ory ( www​.para​dox​-par​a​digm​.nl ) charged par­al­lel cur­rents, with par­ti­cles mov­ing in the same direc­tion, always attract each other; irre­spec­tive of the charge of the particles.

(Read the expla­na­tion Mag­netic attrac­tion par­al­lel cur­rents with ether and/​or the non-​arguments of Nobel lau­re­ate Prof. ‘t Hooft)

The sci­en­tific con­clu­sions of The­o­ret­i­cal Physics are more fan­tas­tic than any known fairytale!

Should not Quan­tum Mechan­ics be prop­erly ver­i­fied by way of the Sci­en­tific Method?

The men­tioned exper­i­ment is rel­a­tively sim­ple. This exper­i­ment will demon­strate whether the EM-​fields are real (math­e­mat­i­cal) vec­tor fields as is assumed.

Sci­en­tists, espe­cially exper­i­men­tal physi­cists, should pur­sue the integrity of their pro­fes­sion despite the pos­si­ble consequences.

When you are interested in physics you must read “Unbelievable“!

Quantum Mechanics (QM) assumes that electromagnetic fields are conservative. Theoretically it has been proved that this assumption, a basic premise, is false.

It is amazing that QM, claiming to be a theoretical science, ignores theoretical evidence!

(The Equivalence of Magnetic and Kinetic Energy section 4 The Electromagnetic Mass).

Scientists claim that QM is the most successful theory ever and therefore must be correct!

Should not a theoretical science be consistent with it’s premises?

QM ignores this and demands experimental proof.

The theoretical basis for QM is the Electromagnetic Theory (EM). The EM-theory assumes that magnetic, electric and electromagnetic fields own physical properties qualifying them to be (mathematical) vector fields.

The assumed vector properties of the EM-fields are of practical value because they allow vector calculations. As long as these calculations are consistent with the physical reality there is no objection. But how do we know for sure that these mathematical vector properties are valid whatever the circumstances?

This we do not know.

The EM-theory states that two parallel and similarly moving electric currents attract each other, while two parallel but opposite currents repel. This is empirically stated and therefore undeniable. However the EM-theory also claims that because of the assumed vector qualities, two parallel currents of particles with opposite sign must repel where the particles move in the same direction.

Do we know that for sure?

Science never empirically stated that an electron beam and a parallel proton beam, where the particles move in the same direction, repel. The fact that two electron currents behave vector-like as the EM-theory describes, does not necessarily imply that the same vector calculations are valid for the electron/proton beam.

Theoretical evidence disqualifying QM is ignored by science. As a consequence this leaves only empirical evidence to falsify QM. In the ether theory ( www.paradox-paradigm.nl ) charged parallel currents, with particles moving in the same direction, always attract each other; irrespective of the charge of the particles.

(Read the explanation Magnetic attraction parallel currents with ether and/or the non-arguments of Nobel laureate Prof. ‘t Hooft)

The scientific conclusions of Theoretical Physics are more fantastic than any known fairytale!

Should not Quantum Mechanics be properly verified by way of the Scientific Method?

The mentioned experiment is relatively simple. This experiment will demonstrate whether the EM-fields are real (mathematical) vector fields as is assumed.

Scientists, especially experimental physicists, should pursue the integrity of their profession despite the possible consequences.

 

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