Towards Unification of Fundamental Interactions Using Non-Local Hidden-Variable Theory (2020)
Type of ContentJournal Article
PublisherScientific Research Publishing, Inc.
AuthorsPons DJshow all
Problem: In principle there might be a single deeper mechanism underlying the fundamental interactions at both the extremely small scale of particles, and the large scale of gravitation. However it is unclear what form such a theory might take, as the obvious candidates have not yet been successful. Purpose: This work constructs a conceptual framework for the interactions from a non-local hidden-variable (NLHV) perspective, specifically the Cordus NLHV theory. Findings: All the interactions can be attributed to the discrete force emissions from the particle, more specifically from the different attributes thereof. Thus the electrostatic appears to arise from the direct linear effect of the discrete forces; magnetic from bending of the flux tube; gravitation from handed energisation sequence; strong from the synchronisation of emissions; and weak from rearrangement of discrete force emissions hence remanufacturing of particle identity. Originality: An explanation is provided for all the interactions based on non-local hidden-variable theory. Apart from the concept of the discrete force, and its multiple attributes, no new particles or bosons are required.
CitationPons DJ (2020). Towards Unification of Fundamental Interactions Using Non-Local Hidden-Variable Theory. Journal of Modern Physics. 11(10). 1598-1619.
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KeywordsField; Interaction; Fundamental; Quantum
ANZSRC Fields of Research51 - Physical sciences::5107 - Particle and high energy physics::510703 - Particle physics
51 - Physical sciences::5108 - Quantum physics::510802 - Foundations of quantum mechanics
51 - Physical sciences::5107 - Particle and high energy physics::510702 - Field theory and string theory