The Cold Genesis of Matter and Fields -- A Pre-Quantum Theory of Primordial Matter

Arghirescu Marius  © by the authors

ISBN: 978-1-940366-27-2
Published Date: March, 2015
Pages: 209
Paperback: $99
Publisher: Science Publishing Group
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Book Description

The book is based on a new (original) theory which argues the possibility of a cold genesis of particles and of fundamental fields, in the Protouniverse’s period, by primordial gravistars, using the concept of sub-quantum fluid, explaining the elementary particle and the fundamental fields cold genesis with ideal unitary pre-quantum particle’ models of simple or composite chiral soliton type, formed at T→0K from confined “dark energy” in a cascade vortex process, according to the ideal fluids mechanics applied to the particle soliton vortex. The electro-magnetic and the gravity-static and gravity-dynamic fields are described by an unitary model of charge and by an unitary field equation.

The exponential form of the nuclear potential is theoretically found through a mesonic and baryonic model of degenerate electrons and an Eulerian expression, as being generated by the vortexial dynamic pressure inside the nucleonic quantum volume. The weak force is explained by a dynamic model of neutron with intrinsic vibration and the particle disintegration is explained as a result of intrinsic vibration of particles generated by vibrations of current mass quarks formed as B-E condensate cluster of quasi-electrons, by gammons confining in very strong magnetic field, of a gravistar or a magnetar star.

For a phenomenological model of cosmic expansion, by the dependency of the G-gravitation constant on the etheronic local density, the physical cause of the cosmic expansion results as a force of pressure difference of etheronic winds coming from the ultrahot stellary structures having an antigravitic charge given by destroyed particles, the speed of expansion resulting with a semi-sinusoidal variation.

The theory can explain also phenomenological, some known specific effects, like the magneto-electric and the magneto-mechanic effects.

Author Introduction

Arghirescu Marius, Engineer (Dr/Eng.), patent examiner in the department of substantive examination of OSIM (State Office of Inventions and Trademarks), Romania, in the field of materials engineering (particularly-in metallurgy), with doctorate in the materials science and engineering, also-inventor.

Table of Contents
  • The Whole Book

  • Front Matter

  • Chapter 1 A Cold Genesis Theory of Fields and Particles

    1. 1.1 Introduction
    2. 1.2 Considerations Concerning the Quantum and Subquantum Medium
    3. 1.3 The Photon
    4. 1.4 The Fermionic Spin
    5. 1.5 The Charge Model
    6. 1.5.1 The (Electro) Static Type Interaction between Charges
    7. 1.5.2 The Interaction between Charges through Magnetic Type Field
    8. 1.6 The Gravitic Interaction
    9. 1.7 A galileian Relativist Expression of the Particles Acceleration
    10. 1.8 The Soliton Electron Model
    11. 1.8.1 The Electron Model
    12. 1.8.2 The Electron Entropy and Stability
    13. 1.8.3 The Interaction between Vectorial Photons and the Elementary Charges
    14. 1.8.4 The Magnetic Field and the Magnetic Interaction
    15. 1.8.5 The Magneto-Electric Interaction (the Lorentz Force)
    16. 1.8.6 The Emission of Electromagnetic and of Scalar Radiation
    17. 1.8.7 The Electron’s Cold Genesis
    18. 1.9 The Cold Genesis of Particles in the Protouniverse’s Period
    19. 1.10 The Nucleons and the Nuclear Forces
    20. 1.10.1 The Proton Model
    21. 1.10.2 The Forming of Electronic Orbitals in Atoms
    22. 1.10.3 The Nuclear Force
    23. 1.10.4 The Neutron Model
    24. 1.10.5 The Deuteron Model and the Deuteron’s Self-Resonance
    25. 1.11 The Atomic Nucleus; A Quasicrystal Nuclear Model
    26. 1.12 The Beta Disintegration
    27. 1.13 The Elementary Particles; The Mesons and the Baryons
    28. 1.14 The Strong Interaction of Quarks and the Proton Disintegration
    29. 1.15 The Particles Disintegration
    30. 1.16 Implications of the Theory in Cosmology
    31. 1.16.1 A Hypothesis Concerning the Cause of the Cosmic Expansion
    32. 1.16.2 A Phenomenological Model of the Cosmic Expansion
    33. 1.16.3 Gravistars as Primordial Genesic Structures of the Protouniverse
    34. 1.16.4 The “Dark Matter” as Bosons of the Polarised Quantum Vacuum
    35. 1.16.5 The Hard Gamma-rays Emission of Pulsars
    36. 1.17 Conclusions
  • Chapter 2 Field Effects Explaining and Proposed Experiments

    1. 2.1 The (e- - e+) Pairs Forming by Quantum Vacuum Energy
    2. 2.2 The Superfluidity of Helium
    3. 2.3 The Einsteinian Relativity
    4. 2.4 Magneto-Electric and Magneto-Mechanic Effects
    5. 2.4.1 The Einstein – De Haas Effect and the Barnett Effect
    6. 2.4.2 The Joffe-Kapitza Effect
    7. 2.4.3 The Aharonov-Böhm Effect
    8. 2.4.4 The Hooper – Monstein Effect
    9. 2.4.5 The Faraday Paradoxe
    10. 2.4.6 The Superconductivity; The London Equations
    11. 2.4.7 The Ball Lightning
    12. 2.4.8 Conclusions
    13. 2.5 Biophysical Fenomena
    14. 2.5.1 The Kervran Effect
    15. 2.5.2 The Biotherapy
    16. 2.6 Particles Negentropy and the Functioning of the “Free Energy” Devices
    17. 2.7 The Auto-Organizing Tendency of Complex Systems at Macro Scale
    18. 2.8 New Proposed Experiments
    19. 2.9 Philosophical Conclusions
  • Back Matter