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    The Classical Electron Problem
    Posted on Monday, October 25, 2004 @ 21:20:17 GMT by vlad

    Science In the hydrino yahoo group John Barchak writes: There is a very interesting paper named "The Classical Electron Problem" by Tepper L. Gill, W. W. Zachary, and J.Lindesay. This paper seems to indicate that there are many open issues even if you accept a totally classical physics.

    Here is a quote from this paper: "Thus, the major problem facing us in the twenty first century is to construct a quantizable classical theory which satisfies the first two postulates of Einstein in some reasonable form and includes Newtonian Mechanics."

    Abstract:
    In this paper, we construct a parallel image of the conventional Maxwell theory by replacing the observer-time by the proper-time of the source. This formulation is mathematically, but not physically, equivalent to the conventional form. The change induces a new symmetry group which is distinct from, but closely related to the Lorentz group, and fixes the clock of the source for all observers. The new wave equation contains an additional term (dissipative), which arises instantaneously with acceleration. This shows that the origin of radiation reaction is not the action of a "charge" on itself but arises from inertial resistance to changes in motion. This dissipative term is equivalent to an effective mass so that classical radiation has both a massless and a massive part. Hence, at the local level the theory is one of particles and fields but there is no self- energy divergence (nor any of the other problems). We also show that, for any closed system of particles, there is a global inertial frame and unique (invariant) global proper-time (for each observer) from which to observe the system. This global clock is intrinsically related to the proper clocks of the individual particles and provides a unique definition of simultaneity for all events associated with the system. We suggest that this clock is the historical clock of Horwitz, Piron, and Fanchi. At this level, the theory is of the action-at-a-distance type and the absorption hypothesis of Wheeler and Feynman follows from global conservation of energy.

    The paper is found at: http://arxiv.org/abs/physics/0405131

    Regards John B.

     
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    Re: The Classical Electron Problem (Score: 1)
    by vlad on Tuesday, October 26, 2004 @ 20:50:33 GMT
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    Peter Zimmerman writes: I would say off hand that nobody promised you that classical physics was a completed subject. There is a great deal in Maxwell's Equations and special relativity that has required exploration for a long time, in part because it could be fun and in part for the new light (pun intended) it could throw on other problems.

    This looks very interesting, and when I have a little time, I would like to read it.

    As most of you know, Maxwell's Eqn's are all derived from experimental results, the most controversial or enigmatic of which is that for some reason nobody has ever seen a magnetic monopole. It is very interesting to rewrite Maxwell so that div(B) is unequal to zero, postulating magnetic charge, and then to look at how other more advanced parts of standard E&M play out. The world would look somewhat different. The escape hatch is that the monopoles could be very heavy, and so could only be created in rare high energy events. That allows you to recover E&M as we know it while still admitting the possibility of magnetic charge.

    It has always seemed to me quite ugly that electric charge exists but magnetic charge doesn't -- and that the greatest set of classical field equations simply make it "impossible" by defining the divergence to B to = 0 everywhere. When I was a youngster it was my version of Einstein's extra term in GR.

    I know that "CQM" wouldn't allow you to do the work, but Paul Dirac wrote some very pretty old papers about the existence of monopoles in a QED framework.

    Note: I do not expect to live to hear of a valid discovery of a monopole. I have already lived through two apparently very good experiments that *seemed* to have detected them (Blas Cabrera at Stanford and a Berkeley emulsion group), and don't want to go through the community elation followed by the community let-down again.

    --pz



     

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