We know electron by what it does, not by what it is.

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      We know electron by what it does, not by what it is.
      a) Planck and Einstein found the energy of electron as: E=h*f
      b) Sommerfeld found the formula of an electron as : e^2=ah*c
      c) Schrodinger described an electron as wave equation (Ψ)
      d) Dirac found two (2) more formulas of electron’s energy:  +E=Mc^2 and -E=Mc^2
      e) According to QED in interaction with vacuum electron’s
      energy is infinite: E= ∞
      f) Electron tied with hydrogen atom by the energy: E=-me^4/2h*^2= -13,6eV
      a) The electron follows Fermi- Dirac statistics.
      b) The electron obeys Pauli Exclusion Law.
      c) The electron obeys the Heisenberg Uncertainty Law
      d) The electron obeys the Schrodinger’s wave equation (Ψ)
      e) The electron obeys the Dirac theory
      f) Electron takes important part in Maxwell’s electrodynamics
      ( Lorentz force — theory of electrons: F = qE + qv × B )
      g) The electron must obey
      ” The Law of conservation and transformation of energy/ mass”.
      Nobody knows why electron has many laws and formulas and
      we don’t know the interactions between these laws and formulas.
      If an electron has many laws and formulas – it means that an electron
      can be in different states and electron can come from one state to another.
      To come from one state to another one must be some mechanism
      of changes. What is mechanism of its changes? Nobody gives answer.
      Electron is not a stable, solid, firm, steel particle .
      Electron is an elastic particle (SRT) and this suggest –
      an electron has an INNER structure.
      Electron’s size, mass, energy is dependent on its velocity.
      Electron’s size, mass, energy is dependent on its spin / angular momentum.
      The angular momentum can be different: 1/2, 3/2, 5/2, 7/2 . . . . etc.
      When angular moment is stronger, its size is smaller, the frequency
      is higher and the energy is bigger: E=h(bar)f.
      Different particles create different waves:
      EM-waves, Gamma-Radiation waves, Röntgen-Radiation waves,
      Light-Waves, Ultraviolet -waves, Super/Ultra-High-TV-waves,
      Short/Mid/Long wave- length Radio Emission waves . . . but . .
      . . . but the energy of each of them is written by formula: E=h*f.
      It means that the difference between all these particles / radiations
      depends only on frequencies and the background of these modifications
      is one and the same particle: an Electron / Quantum of Light.
      How big is an electron?
      APRIL 11, 2015
      / by Brian /
      How big is an electron?
      Today electron is an abstract, symbolic construction.
      Mainstream physics doesn’t know what electron is.
      Book ” What is the Electron?”, by Volodimir Simulik .
      In this book:
      ‘’ More than ten different models of the electron are presented here.
      More than twenty models are discussed briefly.
      Thus, the book gives a complete picture of contemporary theoretical
      thinking (traditional and new) about the physics of the electron.’’
      All of these models of electron are problematical.
      We know electron by what it does, not by what it is
      and the orthodox style of thinking wouldn’t open
      the door to understand what electron is.
      Nobel Prize-winning (1933) Austrian physicist Erwin Schrödinger
      in his book ”What Is Life?” (1944) looked at the phenomenon
      of life from the point of view of physics.
      Later he asked: – “Do Electrons Think?” (BBC 1949)

      Russian poet Valery Bryusov wrote:
      ” But what if these so-called electrons
      Are worlds with continents and seas,
      And arts, and math, and wars and peace,
      And scrolls and scrolls of memories! ”
      / Poem, The World of the Electron 1922 /
      Heinrich Hertz wrote:
      ”One cannot escape the feeling that these mathematical formulas have
      an independent existence and an intelligence of their own, that they
      are wiser that we are, wiser even than their discoverers, that we get
      more out of them than was originally put into them. ”
      To a request to explain what an electron really is supposed
      to be we can only answer, “It is part of the A B C of physics”.
      — Sir Arthur Stanley Eddington
      Dirac once said that ”his equation was smarter than he was”
      It seems that the electron is much wiser than we are thinking of him.
      (but, of course, scientists have ability to manipulate with electron’s
      free will)
      Best wishes.
      Israel Sadovnik Socratus

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