The Reform Science Center

Bulletin. Physics

The state of reform physics

Part 1. Table 1. Transitions [1.1], [1.2]

Thesis
A

Antithesis
B

Synthesis
C

Quality
Q

Virtual electron (electrino)

Virtual positron (positrino)

Virtual positronium

Energy

Pair interaction

Exchange interaction

Composium, a state

Complex energy

Repulsion of composiums

Attraction of composiums

Ether, the primary physical medium

Constant c

Space-time continuum

Composium as its singularity

Coherent multitude of composiums

Exponential relation of composiums

Coherent multitude proper

Boundary formed by
non-coherent states

Bounded multitude of composiums

Complex measure

Center as its own boundary

Boundless motion of the center

Motion along the boundary; the correlation domain

Essence of ether, self-affirmation, self-consistency

References
1.1. Igor S. Makarov. A Theory of Ether, Particles and Atoms. Open University Press. Manchester, UK, 2007 (The British Library, The Library of Congress).
1.2. Igor S. Makarov. A Theory of Ether, Particles and Atoms. Second Edition. Open University Press. Manchester, UK, 2010 (see Archive).

 

Part 2 Table 2. Reflections [2.1], [2.2]

Thesis
A

Antithesis
B

Synthesis
C

Quality
Q

Self-consistency of ether

Self-singularity of ether

Self-consistent cloud (muon)

Material particle, matter

Reflection within the boundary

Exchange interaction

Balance of reflection and interaction. Balanced cloud
(π-meson)

Primitive structure

Time reflection

Space reflection

United space-time reflection.
Self-controlled cloud
(K-meson)

Effect of self-control

Multitude of bound states

Free self-conjugate state, the state of rest

 

Multitude of free self-conjugate bound states.
Self-conjugate cloud
(η-meson)

Effect of self-conjugation

Multitude of two-component space wave-functions; internal particular correlation

Two-component spatial correlation of composiums in ether

System of organized consistent correlation. Consistent cloud (neutron)

Spatial consistency with ether; high stability

Integral linear system with continuously distributed parameters

Set of lumped oscillators

Integral linear system with lumped parameters. Organized cloud
(H-atom)

Organized self-consistency;time-consistency with ether; higher stability

References
2.1. Igor S. Makarov. A Theory of Ether, Particles and Atoms. Open University Press. Manchester, UK, 2007 (The British Library, The Library of Congress).
2.2. Igor S. Makarov. A Theory of Ether, Particles and Atoms. Second Edition. Open University Press. Manchester, UK, 2010 (see Archive).


 

Part 3. Table 3. Evolution [3.1], [3.2]

Substructures

2-shell

8-shell

18-shell

36-shell

Inverse
18-
shell

Inverse
8-shell

Inverse
2-shell


 

 

Quality

 

Atoms

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

 

Q

He

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Center, foundation

Ne

2

8

 

 

 

 

 

 

Internal space

Ar

2

8

8

 

 

 

 

 

Restriction

Kr

2

8

18

8

 

 

 

 

Boundary effect

Xe

2

8

18

18

8

 

 

 

Openness

Rn

2

8

18

32

18

8

 

 

External space


U

2

8

18

36

18

8

2

 

Perfect model of ether

References
3.1. Igor S. Makarov. A Theory of Ether, Particles and Atoms. Open University Press. Manchester, UK, 2007 (The British Library, The Library of Congress).
3.2. Igor S. Makarov. A Theory of Ether, Particles and Atoms. Second Edition. Open University Press. Manchester, UK, 2010 (see Archive).