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  1. The accompanying article is called ‘Metric Science’ and it’s about a hypothised particle called the dimensional basic and it’s consequences when exisiting. Well, up to you if you even have the stomach to read it, but I would be very thankfull. Feedback is very welcome. I do give you the first paragraph of the article, maybe it will catch your interest: In this article a particle is being presented that explains all known forces of nature. The particle has no dimensions, it is a dimensional basic particle. Hence it gets the following name: 'dimensional basic' (db) particle. The core of this
  2. Hi everybody, I am working on a model that uses the solution to a 2nd order DE, Ψ(e,ε), as probability amplitude for the electromagnetic field, EΨ(e,ε), e=elementary charge, ε=electric constant. Applying this to a point charge gives: - quantized values for particle energy as function of the fine-structure constant α, see table below for first 2 symmetry terms; - a numerical approximation for the fine-structure constant 1/α ≈ 4π Γ(1/3)|Γ(-1/3)| ( Γ=Gamma function); - magnetic moments, calculated from electromagnetic fields; agreement with experiment within factor of 2; and on a speculative leve
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