The Ideas Behind the Electromagnetic Atomic Theory

Giuseppe Bellotti

Abstract


This paper has the objective of familiarising the reader with the guidelines and the main results of Electromagnetic Atomic Theory (EAT) published in Physics Essays and Applied Physics Research and looks at the potential new approaches to developing EAT in the future.

Key words: Electromagnetic atomic theory; Complete relativity; Electron structure; Positron structure; Wave equation; Dynamic bi-Laplacian equation; Doppler effect of electromagnetic waves; Structure of the universe; Speculative fiction


Keywords


Electromagnetic atomic theory; Complete relativity; Electron structure; Positron structure; Wave equation; Dynamic bi-Laplacian equation; Doppler effect of electromagnetic waves; Structure of the universe; Speculative fiction

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.ans.1715787020120504.2014

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