CPT: MAGNETIC FIELD

ABSTRACT In Composite Particle Theory (CPT), a magnetic field is explicated as a secondary field derivative of the primary electric-field. An explication predicated on the assumption of charge-in-motion as the source of inducement; an assumption, however, that...

CPT: ABSORPTION–EMISSION

ABSTRACT Orthodox theory explicates the common in terms of the extraordinary; in contrast Composite Particle Theory (CPT) explicates the common, albeit often complex, in terms of the simple. This article examines three such common phenomena: refraction, diffraction,...

CPT: FIELD UNIFICATION

ABSTRACT In Composite Particle Theory (CPT), fields are classified as primary or secondary. The source of the primary electric-field is the fundamental particle or point-charge. All other secondary fields are derivatives of the primary field, such that, the character...