socratus wrote:socratus wrote: Zero Vacuum's Quantum Particle

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1 - According to the Theory of Ideal gas the

quantum particle has Boltzmann's molar-mass (k)

2 - According to the Charle’s law this molar-mass (k)

particle has a flat geometrical form.

3 - According to the Quantum Theory the quantum

particle has Dirac's negative energy ( -E=Mc^2)

4 - According to Einstein's SRT the quantum

particle can fly with constant speed ( c=1 )

5 - According to the Uhlenbeck and Goudsmit

quantum particle has an angular momentum

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1 - Dirac's theory has reference frame of vacuum

and therefore (-E=Mc^2)

2 - Einstein's SRT postulate has reference frame

of vacuum and therefore speed is ( c=1)

3 - Theory of Ideal gas has reference frame of vacuum

but theoretical quantum physics ignores this framework.

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The theory of ideal gas is not an ''abstract theory'' or

only ''useful as a simple approximation''

It is useful as Real theory about situation in the Vacuum.

The quantum particles have their source in the Vacuum.

The real particles appear from Vacuum.

(Casimir effect, Lamb shift, vacuum's fluctuation . . ..etc)

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To understand itself, Quantum physics must be united

with Thermodynamics of Ideal gas

(this is a missed idea in modern physics)

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