Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
May 25, 2017
Quantum physics, Self-replication, relativistic mass, microscopic state, fermions condensate, ultra-cold neutrons, solar system
In this study we suggested an alternative solution for the theory of special relativity. If the original relativity says that; the relativistic mass m(v) of an object increases -with a defined γ factor- we suggested instead, and as alternative solution that; –under a defined relativistic physical state- the particle count n(v) of this object is the one which increases with square of the same factor. This view led me to put a base for physics of self-replication as application of the relativistic giant charge which is ultra-cold fermions condensate. This state has the relativistic efficiency to make the particles replicate and withdraw all the kinetic energy E so the final macroscopic state would be rest state (v=0), and the general solution would be in the form of; m^2 n=γ^2 m_o^2 n_o→n=n_o γ^2 where;m=m_o
When we followed up physics of the giant atom we found complete coincidence between the estimated parameters of its orbit and the astronomic parameters of the solar system. This means that the solar system -in one of its primordial evolutionary stages- was a giant atom like system, and in the same time gives documents for the correctness of physics of the giant atom.