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Quantities of Particles and Masses of Nuclei as Outcome from a Geometric Theory of Fields

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Author Ulrich E. Bruchholz
ISSN 2225-7217
On Pages 1145-1149
Volume No. 3
Issue No. 12
Issue Date January 01, 2014
Publishing Date January 01, 2014
Keywords Numerical simulations, Algorithm, Theory of relativity, Einstein-Maxwell theory, Rainich theory, Quantization.



Abstract

It is possible to deduce quantities of particles and masses of nuclei from a geometry of gravita- tion and electromagnetism as found for the rst time by Rainich. The theory is nothing else than General Relativity completed with a \simple idea" as foreseen by Wheeler. This \simple idea" leads to far reaching consequences and solves the problems of General Relativity. In addition, the omnipresent quantization is nothing else than a necessary consequence of the geometric theory. At this place, quantities of particles and masses of nuclei are depicted by means of numerical simulations according to geometric equations. The algorithm is linked with chaos, so that known obstacles of a geometric view like the singularity rule are revealed to be irrelevant.


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