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1.1 General information
1.1.1 What is quantino theory?Quantino theory is concerned with physics under the assumption that the effect of an electric charge depends on the relative speed.
The fact that electric charge is one of the very few physical quantities that does not depend on the relative speed is something that most scientists working in physics probably know formally. However, only a few of them will likely have thought about the consequences of this assumption. Naturally, it seems strange that the electric charge does not change while the mass increases with the speed. However, this invariance is the basic statement of the first Maxwell equation. And Maxwell's equations are considered to be the at best verified physical laws at all, which is why in the end hardly anyone questions the validity of the relativistic charge invariance.
Quantino theory did not emerge with the idea of investigating how the physical laws would have to be if the electrical charge would be relative. Instead, it is a late insight that it only makes so much of the previously incomprehensible understandable, because it has been based from the very beginning on the assumption - although unconsciously and unintentionally - that the electrical charge is relative. In fact, it is only this single aspect that finally leads to a new model, which allows all areas of physics to be connected much more closely than it has been the case so far.
But what can quantino theory explain better than previous theories? Here's a list of the most important points:
1. First of all, it is possible to unite the magnetic force with the electrical force much closer than before. For this purpose, it is only necessary to assume - as already mentioned - that the electrical force depends on the relative speed. The present state of knowledge is that a structureless, ideal point charge has already without any reason a complicated magnetic force. In quantino theory, however, the field of an ideal point charge is purely electric and the force is for uniformly moving charges always a central force. The magnetic force, on the other hand, arises as the superposition of the individual electrical fields of all charge carriers in a current. In other words, in quantino theory, magnetism has only the rank of a subordinate multiple-particle effect and is no longer a fundamental force. This simplifies the work with point charges considerably, the magnetism becomes comprehensible and paradoxes dissolve.
2. The assumption that electrical charge is relative allows to derive the gravitation directly from the electrical force. The basic idea is to assume that all elementary particles are bound particles, which contain two electrical charge quantities of almost equal magnitude with opposite sign (plasma droplet model). The electrical charges inside are assumed to be complete without mass. Instead, it is shown how a slight unbalance in the velocity variances (kinetic energies) causes a weak force, which corresponds exactly with all properties of the gravitational force. As a result, the gravitational mass - like the magnetism before - can be interpreted as a multi-particle effect of the electrical force.
3. Furthermore, the plasma droplet model of quantino theory makes understandable why elementary particles always have an anti-matter counterpart. At the same time, quantino theory predicts a repulsive force between matter and antimatter and thus provides an explanation for the cosmic inflation.
4. In quantino theory, it is furthermore possible to interpret massless particles - like photons - as bound particles, assuming that the charge quantities and the speed variances are exactly equal in these particles. For this reason, they are their own antiparticles and interact only with gravitational, but also electric fields, when the charges contained in them are oscillating. The mechanism that leads to the attraction of photons in strongly inhomogeneous gravitational fields or electric fields is the ponderomotive force. The plasma droplet model further explains why photons have momentum and why electrons and photons behave so similar in experiments. At the same time, a new explanation is provided why the EmDrive does not violate the conservation of momentum.
5. The interpretation of photons as tiny massless plasma droplets makes it possible to explain the photoelectric effect and Compton scattering in an intuitive way.
6. The plasma droplet model also provides a clear explanation of quantum mechanics. The special behavior of particles at atomic distances can be attributed to a widely ignored classical force, which arises when the electrical charge quantities oscillate in the elementary particles. The force fluctuations caused by the vibrations lead to ponderomotive forces. These forces can even interfere and affect the source itself when they are reflected by the environment. This makes it possible for the first time to interpret quantum-mechanical double-slit experiments in an intuitive and logical way without any contradictions. In particular, it becomes clear how single electrons or photons interfere with themselves. Esoteric interpretations such as the Copenhagen interpretation become obsolete.
7. It becomes possible to explain logically why a system of closely neighbored electrons and protons can possess only discrete energies.
8. The photon model of quantino theory further explains why electromagnetic waves always propagate vertically from a rod antenna as accretion disks and why there are no electrical longitudinal waves.
9. The unification of all three forces of classical physics into a relatively simple central force makes it possible to think about how this EMG force is generated at all. For this purpose, the quantino theory postulates a force carrier or messenger particle (the quantino) as well as rules of interaction between a quantino and an electric charge. It is assumed that an electric charge permanently emits many of these quantinos. Approximation of this "quantino wind" by a continuous field yields the fundamental solution of a very general, but not further specified differential-geometric field-theory.
10. The messenger-particle model of quantino theory explains how it is possible that the velocity of force propagation has independent of the relative velocity between two electric charges or masses in a vacuum always the same value. It becomes clear that the quantino wind forms the space-time and that the space-time is only a simplified representation of a process that physically takes place in the ordinary three-dimensional space. At the same time, this mechanism explains why the electric force becomes deformed by a speed difference between force sender and receiver, what finally causes magnetism and gravity.
11. Finally, the messenger particle model allows the inertial mass to be traced back to the electrical force. It becomes clear that an electric charge which changes its speed comes into contact with a part of its own field and therefore perceives a force which is directed exactly against the direction of acceleration. The quantino theory thus allows a direct derivation of Newton's laws of motion from a simple basic principle. Furthermore, it becomes clear that the equivalence principle of general relativity applies in quantino theory.
1.1.2 My motivationHumanity will only have a chance to survive if it is able to develop new basic technologies in space propulsion technology or energy generation. To achieve this, a theoretical basis is needed that is consistent, compact, universal and logical in itself. Modern theoretical physics does not meet these criteria, as it has no common thread. Instead, it is a patchwork of conflicting theories, and it is sometimes even claimed that we humans are simply not intelligent enough to intuitively grasp the logic of nature. For the engineering sciences, which would like to develop new technologies, the laws of nature must also be understandable and logical. A purely mathematical description is neither sufficient nor in any way satisfactory.
I also suspect that many physicists are well aware that there is something wrong with their science. Anyway, that's how I felt when I started to work intensively on physics about 25 years ago. My search for the truth was a wandering around in a gigantic maze of data, theories and assumptions. For 15 years, my search was completely unsuccessful. But then I found the right question and this has led me from one aha-experience to the next. What is really remarkable about this question is that it concerns classical physics and has nothing to do with ART, high-energy physics or quantum mechanics. This was very unexpected and at the beginning, I wasn't even aware that the physicists had come up with a different answer a hundred years ago than me. I therefore immediately began to work on it and I was surprised later that no one had come to my conclusions before.
Today I know that physics has a flaw in the basic assumptions. Since I didn't make this mistake because of my unbiased and free approach, I was able to penetrate more and more little by little. And even if a lot of things are still unprocessed, at least the dead point of today's physics is exceeded, because the quantino theory forms an explanatory model, which roughly moves everything to the right position. I'm currently investigating the details. I also understand better and better how everything is connected. I am therefore constantly busy organizing and sorting everything. And I do this on the basis of this page, which is therefore not only a documentation for the public, but also serves me as a research tool and laboratory diary. The latter is also the reason why I am not writing in English but in my native language (But I'll translate it little by little. The sections marked with an asterisk* are still untranslated. By the way, I apologize for my bad English.).
What I don't intend to do with this site is to proselytize. I am of the opinion that - as long as the fundamentals contain systematic errors - the search for new particles in large accelerators does not make much sense. But that's my opinion, and I respect it when someone is convinced that I'm wrong. At the same time, I don't care what the majority of the scientific community thinks is right. Science is not politics, neither democracy nor oligarchy. There is no compromise for the truth. What the truth is, everyone has to decide for himself on the basis of all available facts. Otherwise, it would not be science but faith. Besides, I am also not interested in scientific reputation. It's all about the matter. But what I always appreciate is an informal, open and liberal exchange of ideas, as it allows me to get to know new facts and perspectives. So anyone who has questions, finds mistakes or would like to get rid of constructive criticism is welcome to write to me.
1.1.3 A little bit about meMost people find physics likely rather boring. I was no exception when I was in school. I could barely keep myself awake when the teacher was talking about sloping planes and the like. On the other hand, I loved to think up small machines and mechanisms and build them up with the metal construction kit. That's probably why I studied engineering sciences, to be precise, technical informatics, a mixture of electrical engineering and informatics. Of course, as an e-technician you can't avoid physics and the university teachers for physics at the TU Berlin were really inspiring.
Since I had family very early and had to take care of them, I spent half of my study time with earning money. Fortunately, I had decided to combine the necessary with the useful and started at the Fraunhofer IPK in Berlin. My colleagues there were two older, extremely experienced engineers. Together we developed a laser measuring system called ARGUS II. My role as a computer scientist was to develop the measurement software and the algorithms. Our small team was so successful that we later received the Fraunhofer Special Prize.
I probably would have stayed with the IPK, but it was the time of the New Economy and the salaries for young computer scientists were simply outrageously good in the industry. And so I switched to a young startup. A few months later the company was broke. I hadn't had much of the high salary. Fortunately, it didn't take long and I found a new job just a house away. Again, I was at a startup company founded by four physicists who had made it their business to develop a functioning machine speech recognition system. An important part of my job there was to develop new pattern recognition algorithms and to test them. We almost had made it. But then came the end of the VC-financed new economy boom.
I found the task of finding a good pattern recognition method so exciting that I simply continued on my own account. At some point I had the decisive idea, namely how to build a speech recognition system that is completely insensitive to echo and reverberation. I founded a company that produces voice-controlled light switches and carries out electronic, algorithm and Linux developments for other companies. In the meantime I have completed my doctorate in artificial intelligence and electronic measurement technology. During this time I have also given a number of courses in the basics of electrical engineering, pattern recognition and electronics.