These are very interesting results which make both the Dirac theory and quantum electrodynamics obsolete overnight. The vacuum particle mass can be used to calculate the mass of the universe, along the lines of UFT calculations of the photon mass in previous papers. The anomalous g factor of the electron is known to high precision experimentally, and is now understood in terms of Eq. (15), a very simple and powerful result. The same theory should produce a vacuum antiparticle because it is the same as the Dirac theory. However, by using the correct denominator on the right hand side of Eq. (7), spin orbit fine structure disappears entirely! So the Dirac theory does not produce fine structure at all, and does not produce the Thomas factor of two. I suspect that Dirac was clever enough to see an approximation that would lead to the observed fine structure and Thomas factor. For about ninety years, the dogmatists failed to see that the rigorous theory, Eq. (7), does not produce fine structure at all. To try to get fine structure in a sensible way will need quite a bit of thought, which is what I intend to try next. I will also calculate the mass of the universe with the mass of the newly inferred vacuum particle (2.1127 ten power minus thirty three kilograms from your calculation). This means that the whole of quantum field theory is thrown into a deep crisis, a Michelson Morley crisis. The dogmatists will duck the challenge of course, but they are being totally ignored now around the world.

Sent: 21/01/2016 17:16:26 GMT Standard Time

Subj: Re: 338(4): A Simple and Accurate Theory of the Electron g FactorI did some calculations with eq.(15). The vacuum energy quantum is about 1.9*10^-16 Joule = 1.2 keV. This is much less than the electron rest energy of 511 keV. The corresponding frequency is 2.9*10^17 Hz which is in the UV range. So a pair creation of 2 vacuum particles could be possible if this calculation is meaningful. A pair annihilation is less probable because there are no antiparticles. Two universes with matter and antimatter would completely destroy each other on the vacuum level.

The correction to atomic spectra is much smaller than the energy of vacuum particles because the mass ratio ism(vac) / m(electron) = g-2 = 0.002.

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Am 21.01.2016 um 11:24 schrieb EMyrone:

This theory uses accurate relativistic quantum mechanics to show that the g factor of the electron is:

g = 1 + gamma

where gamma is the Lorentz factor. The latter is given by the de Broglie / Einstein equation:

gamma = h bar omega / (m c squared)

For a rest electron

g = 2because of the de Broglie equation of the rest electron,

h bar omega0 = m c squared

For a rest electron in contact with the vacuum:

g = 2 + h bar omega(vacuum) / m c squared

= 2.002319314

so the vacuum energy per rest electron is

h bar omega(vacuum) = 0.002319314 m c squared

This theory makes quantum electrodynamics entirely obsolete, and also makes the Dirac theory itself obsolete, because the rigorous equation (4) without the Dirac approximation does not give spin orbit fine structure at all! Both Feynman and Dirac look decidedly sea sick, or dippy in the waves. The Dirac approximation was a contrivance designed to give the right result, and is totally wrong because it gives H0 = 0. A new approach is needed for spin orbit fine structure. Some methods have been suggested in recent UFT papers.