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Old Aug 19th 2015, 03:21 AM   #1
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Researches Concerning Photons as Corpuscles with Mass and Negative Electrostatic Char

Conference:
ICNRE 2015 : 17th International Conference on Nuclear and Radiation Engineering
Tokyo, Japan, May, 28-29, 2015

http://waset.org/publications/10001894/researches-concerning-photons-as-corpuscles-with-mass-and-negative-electrostatic-charge

Paper 67:
http://waset.org/conference/2015/05/tokyo/ICNRE/program?forceTentative=1
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Old Aug 19th 2015, 10:41 AM   #2
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I have had a brief look at this paper, and it contains some interesting ideas.
However, I was struck by what seemed to me to be a number of rather large jumps in the logical arguments.
When presenting a novel argument, I feel that it is important to make sure that any and all non-obvious features are expressed in copious detail.

I will try to find time to have a closer look and perhaps give a more detailed critique.
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Old Aug 19th 2015, 10:57 AM   #3
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Reading just the first two pages, I see a number of incorrect statements that are given as facts, such as:

-[the] Electrostatic force of attraction exerted by the proton is
balanced by the centrifugal force of the electron" - this seems to be trying to resurrect the old Rutherford model of the atom, where electrons "orbit" the nucleus like planets orbit the sun.

-The assertion that the orbiting speed of an electron is equal to the speed of light -clearly incorrect as we know that the electron has mass.

-An assertion that photons carry negative charge - you need to provide a basis for this assertion instead of simply stating it as fact, because by any generally accepted theory it is incorrect.

I stopped in the middle of page 2, because given these fundamental errors the rest of the paper would be seriously flawed.
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Old Aug 19th 2015, 11:48 AM   #4
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You seem to base your assertion, that the photon has an electrostatic charge, on equation 2:
R = f (me, Ep, Ee, c)
Ep and c are certainly constants,
your agument seems to be that me is a constant, so Ee must change for the Radius R to change.

However, the standard interpretation (from E=mc2) is that the additional energy furnished by the photon will change the mass of the electron,
so the radius will change without having to invoke any change in Ee.

As ChipB indicates, once your initial assumptions and arguments fail, the rest is built on unsound foundations.
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