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### Theory of Unified Fields and Elementary Particles

# Category Archives: Field Theory

## What does Einstein’s General Relativity Tell Us about Black Holes?

Presentation Slides We have today given a presentation at IU Science Slam with the same title as this post. The main themes are to present the black hole theory derived from Einstein’s General Relativity, and to point out the essential differences between … Continue reading

## Singularity at the Black-Hole Horizon is Physical

1. Newtonian Viewpoint Consider a massive body with mass inside a ball of radius . The Schwarzschild radius is defined by Based on the Newtonian theory, a particle of mass will be trapped inside the ball and cannot escape from … Continue reading

## PID Weak Interaction Theory

This post presents a brief introduction to the field theory of weak interactions, developed recently by the authors, based only on a few fundamental principles: the action is the classical Yang-Mills action dictated uniquely by the gauge invariance and the … Continue reading

## Problems in Classical Electroweak Theory

The classical electroweak theory forms the core of the standard model of particle physics. The great success of both the electroweak theory and the standard model include e.g. the prediction of the intermediate vector bosons and the Higgs boson. In … Continue reading

Posted in Field Theory, Fundamental Principles
Tagged electromagnetism, electroweak theory, Higgs field, PID-induced Higgs field, principle of interaction dynamics, principle of representation invariance, standard model of particle physics, weak interaction, Weinberg-Salam electroweak theory
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## Angular Momentum Rule and Scalar Photons

[1] Tian Ma and Shouhong Wang, Quantum Rule of Angular Momentum, AIMS Mathematics, 1:2(2016), 137-143. [2] Tian Ma and Shouhong Wang, Mathematical Principles of Theoretical Physics, Science Press, 2015 1. Angular Momentum Rule of Quantum Systems Quantum physics is the … Continue reading

Posted in Field Theory, Fundamental Principles, Uncategorized
Tagged angular momentum, bosons, Dirac equations, fermions, Klei-Gordon equation, spin
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## On Indeterminacy Problem in Quantum Mechanics

Tian Ma & Shouhong Wang, On indeterminacy problem in quantum mechanics, IUISC Preprint #1601 The main objectives of this Note are to demonstrate that the indeterminacy problem and its associated absurdities in interpretations of quantum mechanics are due to the … Continue reading

## On Unification of Four Fundamental Interactions

I. There are four fundamental interactions in Nature–the electromagnetism, the gravity, the strong and the weak interactions. The current route of the unification of the four interactions is under the following assumption: there is only one interaction of Nature, which, … Continue reading