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The electron mass-energy flux as a deformable nanometric torus

- fine and hyperfine structures and flux topogeometries

**by Correa, Paulo N. & Correa, Alexandra N. **

Published in July 2011. 86 pages.

*Aetherometric Theory of Synchronicity*, Vol. 3

**Monograph AS3-III.4**

**Price:** US $80
($35 ISFA)

ABSTRACT
We examine the physical functions behind classical theory, Bohr’s neo-classical approach, and the most recent quark model of the electron, and propose an alternative model that finds the electron rest energy to have (1) fine and hyperfine structures that conserve mass, force, linear and angular momenta; (2) volumetric flux geometry and (3) a singular deformable topology that varies with states of motion. We determine the ring current (e τ ( _{e}) = λ_{e}( Wg_{k}) = λ_{e}(λ_{h2 }υ_{k}) = λ_{e }W_{k2 }= 13.98664191 m^{2 }sec^{-1 }
as opposed to the value of electric charge in the electroinertial configuration which is p We contrast, feature by feature, the aetherometric analysis of the electron mass-energy flux with the most recent model proposed by quark theory (QED/QCD). In fact, no real fine or hyperfine structures are brought out by the latter, and we formally show that the determination of the electron mass sought, but missed, by QED is simply m |