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HemiQuantum   Concepts

Hemispherical Relativity (HemiR)

When you apply the hemispherical coordinate systems, then relativity becomes:

 - conversion for radial changes that change the dimensions of inclination/longitude and latitude pro-rata (covariant).

 - translation because the force distance along the latitude arc-distance overstates, so forces need to get a curvature calculation.

General Relativity (GR), in (X1, X2, X3, X0) which great for spheres, needs the benefits of the proper frame-of-reference.


Main Solution for Schrodinger's Equation is electron ring-spring spaced along the latitudes at inclination / longitude for each subshell set (in each hemisphere)

All electrons get attracted to the common nucleus axis (green) axial inward.  The electrons repel each other (blue) which aggregates (black) to directly outward axial.  The result is a clean Schrodinger Equation, but only if done in the Bose "cylinder surface" frame-of-reference.


Better Approach for e-Exponent to provide More Prediction Methods

The approach of e-exponent gets limited to just interactive, inverse physics.  That being the velocity at (x)^(1/2) and acceleration at (x)^(-1/2).  Additional tools get other physics events.  That is,

 - (3/2)^(3/2) as transfers from 2D to 3D

 - (e)^x as interactive, inverse

 - new base for other physics events based upon π.


Gravity flows from Planck's Constant Cube Root

There is a direct relationship for both Gravity and Boltzmann's constant to Planck's Constant (h) when properly scaled.  Gravity is the cube root(h), which is 'extra 1/r' versus the radial electrostatic (rES) at Bohr-H strength value, Planck's Constant (h).  That is fields rES at 1/d^3 versus rXS at 1/d^4 gets an extra cube root, which also gets the volume for the electron shell (Hydrogen) at Bohr-H (a0).


Elementary event-sets (today's "elementary particles") are multiple particles sets with triplets as (d-re), (d), and (d+re).

While math correct, the teaching here is that event-sets are 3-positions, 2 particles locked throughout the behavior for the equation:

 - mesons are two particles, one at 1d, and 2nd at 2d, to get the 3 x 3 behavior, and limited effective range.

 - basic quarks are 2 particles, but 2nd here is the face diagonal (root(2).

 - strange quarks are 2 particles, but but at the cube diagonal (root(3)).

This provides a 3D engineering physical, physics model to refine the U(1), SU(2), SU(3), and the rest. 

 - U(1) is two hemispheres, magnetism, by a towards-the-axis of other particle attraction.  As used, this is the 50/50 whether towards one pole or towards the other pole.

 - SU(2) is the 'extra 1/r' radial xtrastatic repulsion versus the toward-the-axis axial xtrastatic attraction.  The gets the magnetism loops - big around the equator and all feeding the poles.

 - SU(3) is 3 positions of P1 x 3 positions of P2 = 9.


Explaining Every Segment in Planck's Equation for Light in Closed Container (blackbox)

The understanding here of Planck's constant at Bohr-H radius (a0) then leads to understanding the segments in Planck's Equation to separate the inverse relationship of a) energy; or b) volume/pressure.  The inverse drops dramatically to zero at the effective distance ratio of (8/7a0) which accounts for the Pauli-pair (8/7).  That is the inward pressure generating the photon counter reactions does not occur once the two molecules merge.  That is a different path with no photon!

Planck's Equation and h flow from 3D engineering.

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