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Objective evidence of defect of the QED's standard interpretation
Posted on Wednesday, July 01, 2020 @ 15:39:13 MST by vlad


WGUGLINSKI writes: Dear Prof. Hiromichi Nakazato Editor, European Physical Journal Plus
I am submitting for publication in the journal Physics Essays my paper entitled “Relation between QED, Coulomb’s law, and finestructure constant”.
The paper was rejected for publication in the European Physical Journal Plus with the following Report, written by you:
The
main idea of the paper is based on such classical notions like
particle's motion and electric current and magnetic field seem to have
been given fundamental roles. This is evident from the figures
presented in the paper. These notions are untenable in microscopic
world where the waveparticle duality is essential even if the author
feels "strange" and the gauge field plays an essential role. They have
been supported by experiments for many years. The paper will not be
understood and never be accepted by any other physicists unless the
author provides, not a subjective (like the one the author thinks
"strange"), but an objective evidence of defect of the standard
interpretation, which is missing in the present paper. I think that the paper does not fulfill the scientific standards required by EPJPlus and thus reject it. Yours sincerely Hiromichi Nakazato Editor, The European Physical Journal Plus
From your words: “The
paper will not be understood and never be accepted by any other
physicists unless the author provides, not a subjective (like the one
the author thinks "strange"), but an objective evidence of defect of the
standard interpretation, which is missing in the present paper”
one realizes that the paper was not rejected due to errors in math, neither to any unacceptable speculation.
According to your argument, the reason of rejection was because it is missing in the paper “an objective evidence of defect of the standard interpretation”.
However, the “objective evidence of defect of the standard interpretation” is provided in the paper entitled “Calculation of proton’s charge from the electric charges of fermions of the quantum vacuum”.
But you you did not read it, because the Manager Editor of EPJ Plus
sent the paper for the EditorinChief Kumar S. Gupta, who rejected the
paper with the following Report:
Ref.: Ms. No. EPJPD2000751 Title: "Calculation of proton’s charge from the electric charges of fermions of the quantum vacuum The European Physical Journal Plus Dear Dr. Guglinski, I
have read this paper. Unfortunately this paper does not meet the
scientific standards of EPJ Plus and hence cannot be published in EPJ
Plus. Yours sincerely Kumar S. Gupta Editor The European Physical Journal Plus
Therefore, from the Report one realizes that Dr. Gupta did not find any mathematical error in the paper “Calculation of proton’s charge from the electric charges of fermions of the quantum vacuum”. And so we reach to the following conclusions:
1 As Dr. Gupta did not find any error in the paper “Calculation of proton’s charge from the electric charges of fermions of the quantum vacuum”, this means that in that paper is definitively proven the “objective evidence of defect of the standard interpretation”, which does not exist in the paper “Relation between QED, Coulomb’s law, and finestructure constant”.
2 Thereby, from the Report by Dr. Gupta, since he did not detect any error in the paper “Calculation of proton’s charge from the electric charges of fermions of the quantum vacuum”, is invalidated your argument, dear Prof. Nakazato, and so the paper “Relation between QED, Coulomb’s law, and finestructure constant” deserves to be published, because the “objective evidence of defect of the standard interpretation”, is proven to exist in the paper rejected by Dr. Gupta.
The EditorinChief of Physics Essays, Dr. Emilio Panarella, has interest to publish the paper “Relation between QED, Coulomb’s law, and finestructure constant”.
But he would like to eliminate any controversy about the question risen
by you, according to which the publication of the paper requires an “objective evidence of defect of the standard interpretation”.
As the objective evidence is proven to exist, as shown in the paper “Calculation of proton’s charge from the electric charges of fermions of the quantum vacuum”,
I would like you read it, so that to verify if there is any
mathematical error in the paper. And so I am sending it attached here.
If
you do not reply to this my solicitation, then Dr. Panarella and me
will conclude that you did not find any math error in the paper “Calculation of proton’s charge from the electric charges of fermions of the quantum vacuum”, and therefore:
1) It is supplied for the paper “Relation between QED, Coulomb’s law, and finestructure constant” the objective evidence of defect of the standard interpretation. 2) And so Dr. Panarella will be sure that the paper deserves to be published in Physics Essays.
Regards W Guglinski

 
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Re: First objective evidence of defect in interpretation of QED (Score: 1) by vlad on Tuesday, March 02, 2021 @ 22:11:45 MST (User Info  Send a Message) http://www.zpenergy.com  From W. Guglinski: ABSTRACT
The electric charge of the fermions of the quantum
vacuum is calculated in this paper. The value of e is 5.06532·1045 C.
From this value of e, together with the fundamental constants Ko, c, h,
and a=1/137, the electric charge of the proton is calculated, achieving
the value e= 1.6026·1019 C, which is very close to the experimental e=
1.60218·1019 C. This successful calculation represents the first
objective evidence that something very fundamental is missing in the
standard interpretation of quantum electrodynamics.
Keywords:
Proton charge; Coulomb’s law; Structure of electric field;
Finestructure constant; Charge of fermions of quantum vacuum.




