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  1. There is a slight typo in this file, the electron gravitational degrees of freedom is 9, where the proton is 12. Also the neutron can be described with this theory also, using charge radius of 1.00559957187091E-15 meters and 10 degrees of freedom. Here's the corrected file:
  2. I have been working on the magnetic moment equation to unify that with the charge and charge radius of the stable particles (electron and proton). I have finished it. This theory unifies, matter, electric charge, magnetic moment, gravitation. It does this via the wave-diode equality using the Shockley diode equation, it also uses the Peltier effect of reverse thermal flow. Here is the file: 20201001 Wave-Diode Theory.pdf
  3. I had some problems with the theory since electrons have no apparent charge radius, I found the charge radius of the electron is the electron wavelength. I worked out the equations to support the measured charge radius of the proton and the wavelength of the electron. This is a wave-diode equivalence theory. It states that waves behave like diodes with p-n junctions which provides an electric charge as a reverse biased amperage. The Shockley diode equation is used to describe the different forces. There is also a reverse amperage heat conducted in reverse of the electric charge via the Pe
  4. Andrew, it would appear that in order to understand electric force, you must first understand how it works. Electric force is a function of electric charge. Without electric charge force does not exist. In fact without an imbalance in charge, there is no force to even consider. Which is why I cannot consider your idea. Not to mention the fact that the electric escape energy (force) is subtracted or added to the mass of the parts of the electrons and protons. Which is why there is no additional energy floating around either. So there's no force for your idea. Calculations? Look at hydrogen
  5. I think you're missing the point, how is it that the sun, planets, moons all attract, but none repel, so your idea is that there is some charge to the sun, planets and moons. Have you worked out any math or calculations? Probably not cause then you would see that your idea is invalid.
  6. I have some new equations, I have been examining the math and looking to see if the math will support my idea. Basically a wave is also a diode. Therefore the wave-particle duality should support diode physics and work with the Shockley diode equation. What I found is this: Charge radius: rc = 4r/(2pi) Where rc is the charge radius of the particle (for the proton it's 8.412E-16 meters), r is the wavelength of the particle. Electric charge: Ke^2/rc^4 = hc/r^4 * exp(-(hc)/(kb)) Where K is the electric constant, e is the elementary charge, h is the Planck constant, c
  7. I am proposing a Peltier effect for the gravitation, I will model only the proton, but basically a heat is conducted by the reverse bias amperage of the diode which goes into the Shockley diode equation to calculate a secondary reverse bias amperage for gravitation: Again the Proton gravitation is: Gm^2/r^5 = hc/r^5 * exp(-hc/(Ke^2) * rC^5/r^5) Where G is the gravitational constant, m is the proton mass, r is the wavelength of the proton, h is Planck's constant, c is the speed of light, K is the electric constant, e is the elementary charge, rC is the charge radius of the proton
  8. I'm working on a better solution using the same idea and have concluded that the temperature relates to the Boltzmann constant and the Wien displacement constant: Ke^2/rC^5 = hc/r^5 * exp(-9/2*hc/(hc)) Where K is the electric constant, e is the elementary charge, rC is the charge radius of the particle, h is Planck's constant, c is the speed of light, r is the wavelength of the particle.
  9. I've updated the PDF in the OP with the new magnetic moment calculations. I've been working on them for about a week. I found that they might relate to charge radii of the electron, proton and neutron and have 2 degrees of freedom instead of 3 or 4.
  10. I have been studying theory for about 5 years now and concluded that charge may be a hill of pressure (space-time) and matter a valley of pressure. Both exist in a wave form with positive and negative components created a diode-like p-n junction. And if that is the case then perhaps the Shockley diode equation can be used to describe the reverse-bias amperages that are involved in such hills and valleys. I found that the electron represents 3 degrees of freedom while the proton appears to represent 4 degrees of freedom. The 5 equations that describe matter, electromagnetic, strong force and gr
  11. I have finished a new idea that appears to unify all of the force except the weak nuclear force (I need to research that more to understand it). Here is the PDF file:
  12. I'm adjusting the electron to be basically a 5 dimensional n-sphere (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/N-sphere): hc/(8/3 * π^2 * (re + re)^5) = Ke^2/re^5 Where h is Planck's constant, c is the speed of light, re is the electron wavelength, K is the electric constant, e is the elementary charge. It's close but slightly off, and it allows the two times the wavelength to be compressed down to the wavelength, created a charge pressure of the wavelength size and a vacuum of mass of the wavelength. The amount it is off appears to relate to an angular kinetic energy similar to the slight off of th
  13. I've updated the pressure-vacuum balance equations for the electron particle and proton particle. The correction is in the pdf file in the OP in post #1.
  14. Photons are particles, electromagnetic radiation attributes are products of the particles nature. This was already proven thru double slit experiments.
  15. I'm really not desiring to get into a lengthy discussion as I haven't the time for it. I just wanted to push an idea your way that I have made a mathematical connection between electric charge and temperature pressure. Basically mass is a super vacuum and gravity well of sorts, and charge is a super pressure and has a temperature equivalent. This means charge appears to be vibrating with temperature to push other objects away for like charges. The gravitation I have proposed is that of a Shockley diode equation. Such that there is a diode-like connection between the matter valley and the cha
  16. If matter has an acceleration equivalent and is a super vacuum curvature of space-time, then perhaps charge is a super pressure curvature of space-time and relates to temperature as a pressure equivalent. I added a new Shockley diode relationship that describes the relationship of charge to temperature thru the proton vibration peak wavelength which is contained in the Wien's displacement constant and the Boltzmann constant, this uses the same value for the proton gravitation: 12/2 * kb = Ke^2 * exp(εђc/e^2 * rC/rp) Where k is the Boltzmann constant, b is Wien's displacement constant, K is
  17. I've updated the PDF in the OP with additional supporting equations, more accurate gravity, magnetic moments, Deuteron orbit velocity, energy definitions for the basic particles.
  18. I just calculated gravitation from a vibrating particle, the formula for the oscillation is: ue^2f^2r^2 where u is the permeability of free space, e is the elementary charge, f is the particle frequency and r is the particle wavelength. Now if you can use that for intermittence then maybe your idea works in my opinion. This vibration represents a temperature.
  19. OK, I read the Shockley diode equation wrong, now I got it correct, it is eV/kT. So I updated the equations in post #73 and the PDF file in the OP. Cheers!
  20. I've adjusted the strong force to be more realistic, I made it a pressure system which uses something like strain energy: U = ђc/(2π^2r^4) * 4/3 * π * rC^3 Where U is the binding energy of the strong force, ђ is the reduced Planck constant, c is the speed of light, r is the radius between nucleons, rC is the charge radius of the proton. The strong force for Deuteron now calculates to: 1.826E-13 Joules per nucleon, and for large atoms it calculates to 1.3E-12 Joules per nucleon.
  21. The Shockley diode relationship for the proton uses 12 degrees of freedom as a temperature to kinetic energy relationship: 1/2 * ln((Gmp^2)/(Ke^2)) = 12/2 * εђc/e^2 * rC/rp Where ln is the natural logarithm, G is the gravitational constant, mp is the proton mass, K is electric constant, e is the elementary charge, ε is the permittivity of free space, ђ is the reduced Planck constant, c is the speed of light, rC is the charge radius of the proton, rp is the wavelength of the proton. The electron is a point particle and uses 9 degrees of freedom: 1/2 * ln((Gme^2)/(Ke^2)) = 9/2 * εђc/e^2
  22. I realized that gravity was a centripetal force since the field has a velocity to it. Which I then linked to magnetic moment and then amperage. The fine structure creates a PN semiconductor-like region. So I used the Shockley diode equation to calculate gravity for the electron and proton. I've updated the PDF file in the OP and will post the equations here when I get some time.
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