Integrating Vector Particle Physics with the Dodecahedron Quark Ball and the Octahedral Hexagonal Fractal
|Title||Integrating Vector Particle Physics with the Dodecahedron Quark Ball and the Octahedral Hexagonal Fractal|
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|Author(s)||William R Hohenberger|
|No. of pages||7|
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It is possible to delineate and to thereby integrate Lockyer's Vector Particle Physics (VPP) with Hohenberger's Dodecahedron Quark Ball (DQB) and his Octahedral Hexagonal Fractal (OHF).? This process includes defining the sine-sine, sine-cosine and sine^2-cosine^2 functions of the E and H fields of an electromagnetic wave; and then integrating these definitions with Lockyer's Electron Cube, the Dodecahedron Quark Ball, the Octahedral Hexagonal Fractal, as well as, previously proposed cross sections for the internal structure of an electromagnetic wave.? The resultant is a common structural platform for determining the internal structure of an electron, and a common correlation of each theory to VPP's respective Electron Cube mathematical derivations.? The VPP Electron Cube and the Octahedral Hexagonal Fractal (OHF) are evaluated for both the internal structure of the mass of an electron, as well as, their structural congruency with the lines of force of the electron's outer field structure as proposed by Briddell's Field Structure Theory (FST).