Concord, ON, Canada
Massfree and massbound momenta and moments of momenta
by Correa, Paulo N. & Correa, Alexandra N.
Published in February 2011. 80 pages.
Aetherometric Theory of Synchronicity, Vol. 3
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We complete the theory of linear momenta and charge begun in the preceding communication, and integrate it with a theory of moments, in particular, of Planckian moments for monopolar massbound charge and of non-Planckian moments for ambipolar massfree charge. The fine structure of the mass-energy of massbound charges is contrasted to the fine structure of the energy of massfree charges, using the electron as an example. Novel determinations of the magnetic moment of electrons in the spin and the transfer states are presented, and the magnetic wave and speed of the electron is identified. Variation of magnetic wavespeed with kinetic energy is formally demonstrated, and proposed as an alternative explanation to the relativistic increase in mass with velocity. The validity of both the Bohr radius and the classical electron radius are questioned, and the constituent radii of the electron mass-energy are derived from first principles. A better determination of the Bohr radius for the 'hydrogen ellipsoid' is shown, and Aspden's model of the electron and his theory of electron diamagnetism are critically evaluated. A new theory of the diamagnetism of monopolar charge is proposed for the electron, and new derivations of the gyromagnetic ratio and the anomalous Landé factor are obtained that reject as superfluous the traditional concept of electron spin. The moment of electron spin is demonstrated to be already the diamagnetic moment of the electron charge.