Physical Mathematics

ISSN: 2090-0902

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Elementary Particles: "Tangled" Electromagnetic Waves, Orbital Electromagnetic Polarization and Orbital Electromagnetic Cyclo-Synchronization


Alexander F Grabenhofer

I propose that elementary particles are made of "tangled" electromagnetic radiation. Modification of the existing electromagnetic wave equations in such a way as to exhibit "orbital polarization" (polarization in 3 dimensions around a fixed point) gives rise to states which describe the various elementary particles/waves that we see in our universe, as well as the other non-observable particles and waves. This is proven using mathematical modeling software (MatLab) as well as through experimental research (designed but not performed as of 2/17/2017). Orbital polarization clarifies several phenomena (strong, weak, gravity, mass, spin, anti-matter, etc.) who's mechanisms have yet to be determined. The results from calculation and simulation support that elementary particles are made of electromagnetic radiation.


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