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"Unification Scheme for Classical and Quantum Mechanics at All Velocities",

Dr. J. X. Zheng-Johansson (IOFPR)
Seminar at IRF, June 5, 2003


Abstract I first review the whereabouts, especially the unsolved problems in my opinion, in the issues of physics relevant to here, including the interpretation of Schrötdinger's wave function, the nature of inertial mass, space and time, the picture of elementary particles in qft and in string theory, and the unification schemes, etc.

I then introduce our recently achieved result, The Unification of Classical and Quantum Mechanics. Our approach is to firstly derive a realistic submicroscopic model for vacuum (of a Dirac kind) based on overall experimental observations, establish Newtonian equation of motion of it under external perturbation, and solve. The solution and predictions are presented in two parts. (I) The fundamental formation of martial particles: Our solution shows that, a basic particle, which may be e.g. an electron, is composed of a tiny free aether-pole (a bare charge) and the mechanical wave disturbances identifying with electromagnetic waves generated by it in the medium. When in motion, of velocity v (here (v/c)-->0), as a result of a first kind source effect this particle wave exhibits all of wave and dynamic properties known for a de Broglie wave, and is here called a Newton- de Broglie (NdB) particle wave. In a confined space, the Newtonian solution for the NdB particle wave is equivalent to that given by Schrödinger's quantum mechanics. Through this general scheme for particle formation we have accomplished a basic task of the unification of classical- and the quantum- mechanics, both in terms of the deduction of the latter from the former, and the convergence of the latter into the former at high velocities. And we unfold the origins of a series of phenomena including the electromagnetic waves, the electromagnetic radiation and absorption, atomic and thermal excitations, the inertial mass, the Schrödinger's wavefunction and de Broglie wave, the Heisenberg's uncertainty relation, the de Broglie relations, the simultaneous existence of electron and positron or generally of particles and their anti-particles, the (rest) mass-energy equivalence relation, etc. (II) The Theory of Relative motion: (A) we show that the (v/c)^2-dependent terms yield in the particle wave and dynamic quantities a second kind source motion effect (SSME). The SSME augments the particle mass, and the wavevector and frequency of the particle's constituent waves, etc., by a factor \g = 1/\sqrt{1-v^2/c^2} in the v-direction; and conversely for the reciprocal quantities. Subsequently a moving body comprising the so affected particles will present a simultaneous length and time contractions (of Lorentz-Fitzgerald kind) as measured in the frame attached to the body. (B) A systematic survey of pivotal experimental indications leads us to conclude that the light velocities, c measured in vacuum and c' measured by a moving observer, and the observer's v obey the common triangle law of vector addition, conforming to the Galilean transformation (GT). (C) Combining (A) and (B) yields a set of transformation equations between an inertial reference frame at rest (in vacuum) and one moving relative to it, called Galilean-Lorentz transformation (GLT). The GLT together with the underlying theoretical basis of the general scheme yields a consistent Theory of Relative Motion. With the theory, we predict the observational null-/constant- fringe shift result of the Michelson-Morley/Kennedy-Thorndike experiment, the Doppler effects of electromagnetic waves, the equivalence principle of Newton's laws of motion in all inertial frames, etc, and we extend the classical and quantum mechanics to (v/c)^2 >>0. The complete agreement is in turn a justification of the general scheme.

      Finally, I outline the on-going and planned research problems  within our unification projects, these including the derivation of Schrödinger's equations from Newton mechanics, the formulations of a microscopic theory  of gravity, and a theory of relative motion in non-inertial frames,  and a treaty of cosmological problems. 

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