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Old Aug 29th 2018, 12:48 AM   #1
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Tramp and Electron

The tramp hug the electron and go to a new continent and continue the research of current. There is no wire yet there. He has to establish a coordinate system on the earth. He open his arms and the electron drop. It's said that it can be seen as single current. Because the electron is accelerating, so the single current is increasing. Will he see electromagnetic wave radiation?
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Old Aug 29th 2018, 01:54 AM   #2
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Theoretically, a single electron accelerating under gravity
will produce electromagnetic wave radiation.

However, if we look at the energy balance,
It would not take a particularly energetic photon to remove all the kinetic energy of the electron,
thereby preventing it from accelerating.
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the tramp change a method to research current . He hang the electron in front of him and fix it there and jump to it. Within one second, he is accelerating. Will he see electromagnetic wave radiation?
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May be Wrong..

Just been thinking about this, and have revised my previous ideas.
I am uncertain if my thought processes are correct,
but here they are for appraisal...

Considering gravity as a consequence of space/time geometry
The electron is travelling along a space/time geodesic (it is in free fall).

This means that while it may be accelerating in our frame of reference
(sitting on the surface of the Earth),
However in its own frame of reference, it is perfectly stationary
(it is us who are accelerating upward at 9.8 m/s/s).

Thus in order to hold an electron at a constant height above the ground,
work will have to be done.
This implies an electron will have to exchange energy with it surroundings,
in order to hold it stationary with respect to the surface of the Earth.

While it is falling under gravity, it is in energy equilibrium , so no electro-magnetic emissions.
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The tramp is sealed off by the local dark force while no other country he can go.So he has to leave the earth and go into the cosmos.He floats in the broad and empty space. There, he set up one simplest system: one proton and one electron. He establish the coordinate system on the proton and stand with it.
Case 3: He make the electron move freely along a radial direction of the proton.
Maybe, he will see the other coil spark.(reference to the story two coils spark. In fact the situation is similiar.)...
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Case 2: He make the electron move in constant speed along a radial direction of the proton.
Case 1: He make the electron turn around the proton in circular track.
Case 1 and case 2 are totally different situations but lead to the same result, no electromagnetic wave radiation, while case 1 and case 3 are all situations of acceleration, but lead to different results. why? God's there?
And take the gravity case into consideration as case 4, a united explanation can be reached?
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I think I see where you are aiming,
and I am not entirely sure how to frame my full argument.

However for case 1 (the circular track around the proton) there will be electromagnetic radiation.

This does not contradict what went before,
An electron in an atom does not follow a circular track.
The electron and proton in an atom are in many respects not separate entities.
They together form a single wave equation within which the overall energy is balanced.
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The single wave function can be seperated into two, right?
If case 1 generates radiation, a free flying H-atom will slow down and stop ,then collapse.
If there is a way to give a united explanation for that four cases(models), I think that someone will surely interested in it. He is in America. It's said that he went there in World War Ⅱ.
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