Proton stability and Huygens Synchronization Principle

by Dr. F. A. Gareev
Bogoliubov Laboratory of Theoretical Physics, JINR, Dubna, Russia

After read an excellent book The Final TOE (Theory of Everything), I have found that there are a large differences between the two starting points. I start from a systematic analysis of existing experimental data of elementary particle physics. But, the final conclusions are the same for both. That is, there is indication that both approaches are in the right direction. This short essay begins from proton's stability problem to draw a conclusion that proton's stability is a direct consequence of Huygens synchronization principle, that is, all [decaying] channel motions in the stable system are exactly synchronous.

I: Proton decay channels and decay rates

Any stable particle (such as proton) can be represented as a complex ideal wave resonator with the following equation:

According to the minimal SU(5) Unified Theory, proton can decay via the following channels:

Where all quantities are given (10^22)(S^-1). From here, we can calculate the sectoral velocities (f = v r, for circular orbits) of each channel.

The sectoral velocities for the above-mentioned hypothetical proton channels are equal to:

Where all quantities are given in (10^-8) h c^2/Mev. All the considered sectoral velocities are close to each other and to f = 4/m(p) = 42632. m(p) is proton's mass. We come to the conclusion that the proton stability can be explained by assumption: channel motions in proton are exactly synchronous.

Huygens synchronization principle

Motions under Huygens synchronization take the form of a spiral motion. In 1994 it was revealed that circulation in blood-vessels had spiral character. If so then this type of motion must be universal and occur with the minimal loss of energy. If one suggest that waves of light and particles move in spiral as particles of blood in blood-vessel, the corpuscular-wave dualism is simply explained. The longitudinal motion of a ray or a particle forward in spiral corresponds to a particle or a ray trajectory, and transverse motion corresponds to the wave front. So the common description of particles and waves is achieved. In this paper we have tried to demonstrate the universality of the Huygens synchronization principle independent of substance, fields and interactions for microsystems. Now, we have learnt that the spiral motion is, in fact, a result of creation of time.

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