Implications of an Electron-Positron-Lattice Model of Space for EM Waves as a Possible Reconciliation of QM with RT
|Title||Implications of an Electron-Positron-Lattice Model of Space for EM Waves as a Possible Reconciliation of QM with RT|
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|Author(s)||Ian Grant Montgomery, Robert Guy Grantham|
|No. of pages||6|
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The spectrum of electromagnetic waves in vacuum space is discussed as a function of the vibrations of an elastic electron-positron-lattice (the epola model of 1973 by M. Simhony). It is shown how wave propagation is subject to a finite velocity by an extension to the model for quantum substructure of the electron responsible for spin interactions stabilizing the lattice in a frustrated magnetic system. An implicit cut-off frequency for EM waves leads to the structure of mesons and potential reconciliation of Quantum Mechanics with Relativity Theory.