The Photon with a Classical Field (1980)

A model of the photon is proposed which would account for differences between the semiclassical and quantum theories of electromagnetic radiation. The evidence opposing this model is shown to be inconclusive. Guidelines for a more precise experimental test are...

Energy-Time Uncertainty (2010)

Spontaneous emission is viewed as the continuous absorption of energy by;an atomic oscillator followed by quantization during decay. Energy-time;uncertainty can then be defined in a manifestly covariant way by;establishing space-time boundaries on the action integral...

An All-Encompassing Theory of Nature (2009)

Experimental evidence is cited to show that intersecting fields rather than the fields themselves are what we perceive as carriers of energy. Thus the energy of an electromagnetic wave is produced by intersecting magnetic and electric fields. Additional evidence is...

Secondary Field Theory and Photons (2008)

The field diagram for an electromagnetic wave shows that electric and magnetic field vectors violate Gauss laws. This is corrected and wave motion is explained by introducing a dipole-field geometry for the photon. The dual wave-particle nature of photons is also...

The Quantum Mysteries (2008)

The allure of quantum mechanics lies in its mysteries and the exotic possibilities they introduce, such as worm holes, parallel Universes, and teleportation. It is shown here that these are illusions perpetuated by the self-serving ends of establishment physicists....