**Feed:** Dr. Myron Evans

**Posted on:** Friday, October 29, 2010 10:57 PM

**Author:** metric345

**Subject:** Raman and Neutron Scattering

I would say that the Dirac equation describes the case of a free particle, with the mass m0. When there is field / particle interaction, m becomes the covariant mass:
m = (h bar / c) root R I have been referring to R as curvature but more accurately it depends on torsion and curvature. R is the last vestige of the old Einstein general relativity, in which R = – kT. As soon as momentum conservation is considered the old physics fails very badly, indeed fails completely. It can describe only the energy conservation. In quantum field theory Ryder describes the methods of dealing with more than one particle in quantum field theory. we are right at the start of a new era in natural philosophy, so anyone’s ideas are equally valid provided they can be put into mathematics and are not too vague. |