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2007-12-20 13:18:17 UTC

Is the charge of a particle resides within the particles?

The answer according to current physics is:YES

This was especially true in the case of the theory of quantum

electrodynamics (QED). In QED the electric change of a particle is

resided within the particle. This leads to the infinity problems

during the early development of QED. The infinity problem of QED was

resolved by a dubious mathematical procedure called renormalization.

A number of physicists, including Paul Dirac consider the

renormalization technique a mathematical trick. He made the following

comments during a lecture given in New Zealand in 1975:

"I must say that I am very dissatisfied with the situation, because

this so-called 'good theory' does involve neglecting infinities which

appear in its equations, neglecting them in an arbitrary way. This is

just not sensible mathematics. Sensible mathematics involves

neglecting a quantity when it turns out to be small."

It turns out that the reason why the renormalization trick works is

because the charge of a particle does not reside within the particle.

It is the distortion (the field) in the ether (the E-Matrix)

surrounding the charged particle. This distortion (field) in the ether

(the E-Matrix) is caused by the absolute motion of the fundamental

particle (the S-Particle) that comproses the charged particle. For a

detailed description of this new concept please read the paper

entitled "Unification of Physics" in the following website:

http://www.geocities.com/kn_seto/index.htm

Ken Seto

The answer according to current physics is:YES

This was especially true in the case of the theory of quantum

electrodynamics (QED). In QED the electric change of a particle is

resided within the particle. This leads to the infinity problems

during the early development of QED. The infinity problem of QED was

resolved by a dubious mathematical procedure called renormalization.

A number of physicists, including Paul Dirac consider the

renormalization technique a mathematical trick. He made the following

comments during a lecture given in New Zealand in 1975:

"I must say that I am very dissatisfied with the situation, because

this so-called 'good theory' does involve neglecting infinities which

appear in its equations, neglecting them in an arbitrary way. This is

just not sensible mathematics. Sensible mathematics involves

neglecting a quantity when it turns out to be small."

It turns out that the reason why the renormalization trick works is

because the charge of a particle does not reside within the particle.

It is the distortion (the field) in the ether (the E-Matrix)

surrounding the charged particle. This distortion (field) in the ether

(the E-Matrix) is caused by the absolute motion of the fundamental

particle (the S-Particle) that comproses the charged particle. For a

detailed description of this new concept please read the paper

entitled "Unification of Physics" in the following website:

http://www.geocities.com/kn_seto/index.htm

Ken Seto