5  Electron and SubQuantum Field Theory – SubQFT


Physical Law should have Mathematical Beauty.

Paul Dirac (1956)

Nature is simple in its essence.

Hideki Yukawa (1959)

The requirement of simplicity is not obvious, but we should let nature teach us to recognize the original internal simplicity.

Hermann Weil

5.1  Principia of SubQuantum Physics


Actually I am, just like you, convinced that it is necessary to seek a substructure, while modern quantum mechanics skillfully conceal this necessity, using statistical form.

From a letter by Albert Einstein to Lui de Broglie

All the things presented here as the principia are really worth this name, for they are the first causes of nature, unknown before, and, now without knowing them no man can pretend to be a physicist.

From Voltaire's preface to Newton's «Principia»

The work describes a scheme of realisation of Faraday–Maxwell Field Programme by way of coming out to a previously hidden physical level – subquantum one. It lies behind (under) the quantum level already mastered and forms it. Subquantum field theory has been summoned to describe a unified field mechanism, a way of existence of a level of elementary particles and their fields.

The work postulates that the unitary subquantum field is a field described by Maxwell–Lorentz equations with regard to its potential, the right sides of which include continuously distributed charged subcurrents.

Field equations – already when they were put down by Maxwell's Genius – emerged in combination with displacement currents that nobody had ordered. Symmetries of field equations resulted in relativistic physics and Dirac's spinor equation. These equations single out hyperbolic motion of field sources. Now the totality of symmetries of field equations and their solutions determine also the structure of subquantum level currents.

Field equations resisted the conception of subcharges at rest responsible for the field of an electron at rest. The work describes a transition to a continuously distributed set of subcurrents moving with acceleration in the field of electron, each element of which being the source of its part of the field, and the total sum of these partial summands coincides with the acting field of electron.

Field equations are amplified up to a full set of simultaneous equations by the subquantum law of motion of subcurrents in the field. It maintains the hyperbolic motion of field sources singled out by field equations. The subquantum law of motion is above all summoned to give a possibility to model a field theory of electron – maximally symmetrical small brick of our world. Obtained set of simultaneous equations of subquantum field theory is further used when describing the interactions of electrons, subquantum structure of proton, atom…

There is nothing at the subquantum level except interacting field and its sources. The effect of subcurrents on the field is described when substituting them in the right sides of field equations, where they play the role of sources of their partial summand to the full acting field. The influence of the field on subcurrents is described by way of its substitution in the motion equations where it plays the role of a «force» cause of accelerated motion of subcurrents.

There is no direct interaction between subcurrents; they are mutually permeable, just like there is no interaction between partial summands of the field. This is a consequence of the linearity of the describing equations, which are more plausible than our macroscopic experience.

Figuratively speaking, we are plunging into the depths of subquantum network woven of relativistic threads of subcurrents by sensitive fingers of field equations, hand in hand with quanta – stable patterns of this world network.

 The translation from Russian was made by Yuri Nezhentsev
Last modifications: April 06 2003
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5.2  Maxwell Equations single out Hyperbolic Motion of Field SourcesNew!Updated!

5.3  To the Subquantum Law of Motion

5.4  Symmetrization of the Maxwell Equations

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