Direct Calculation of h and of the Complete Self Energy of the Electron From Fluid Models
|Title||Direct Calculation of h and of the Complete Self Energy of the Electron From Fluid Models|
|Author(s)||William M Honig|
|Keywords||direct calculation, relativistic invariance, self energy, electron, fluid models|
We present here two extremely simple derivations of h and of the complete self energy of the electron. This is based, however, on an extensive set of ideas consisting of a dual fluid plenum which retains relativistic invariance. These ideas have been presented extensively elsewhere and so for those not familiar with these ideas an extensive bibliography is appended to this paper. The most recent summary of these ideas will appear shortly for those who wish to see a capsule summary.
Even so, a few words must be said about this fluidic approach relevant to h and to the fluid models for the electron and for electromagnetic dipole waves. The basic concept involves replacing the QM paradigm with a realistic dual fluid phenum consisting of continuous positive and negative fluids. These give a neutral vacuum space and give fluid models of the canonical particles and electromagnetic waves (mainly dipole waves which form the basis for all electromagnetic waves). Relativistic invariance is retained, at least on an empirical and realistic basis and this is explained extensively in the bibliography (see at least a-d in the bibliography).