It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.
Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.
Thank you.
Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.
Planck's constant is actually the mean energy of a single oscillation of light, 6.626 X 10-34 J/oscillation.
speed of transition
I don't understand what you mean by irrelevant.
Originally posted by mb2591
It's just a function of the speed of transition.
This information comes from including the quote above comes from a youtube user Seattle4truth in his antigravity/coldfusion video series.
Then how do you relate the photon's momentum to the photon's energy, and how does the frequency relate to both of those without Planck's constant?
Originally posted by CLPrime
The basic premise is that the dependent variable shouldn't be the photon's frequency, it should be it's momentum... and the constant shouldn't be in units of angular momentum (kg m^2 s^-1), it should be in units of velocity (m s^-1) - supposedly more natural units.
Interestingly enough, the man who introduced this concept, Frank Znidarsic, doesn't use the units meters-per-second for velocity... he seems to prefer hertz-meters, for a reason I have yet to figure out. But, then, I'm still reading...
OK I found a paper that claims to be "Based On The Works And Teachings Of Frank Znidarsic", is that the topic of this thread? It's a heck of a poorly chosen title if that's the topic.
Originally posted by CLPrime
he seems to prefer hertz-meters, for a reason I have yet to figure out. But, then, I'm still reading...
So basically it's confirming the following:
Substituting h into the equation
leaves us with E = hf, which is Einstein's photo-electric equation;
the first-ever correct application of Planck's constant in history, for
which Einstein was awarded the Nobel prize in 1921. What I have
just shown with these equations is that in reality, Planck's constant,
which is the fundamental increment of action in the quantum world,
is actually an aggregate constant. Yes, it provides us with an accuracy
in calculations that is uncanny, but in reality Planck's constant
is completely empirical. This means that it is derived purely from
experimentation alone.
The author admits the derivation is using big jumps in logic. As a hypothesis to be tested, I have no problem with that. But where is the experimental evidence to support any of these "big jumps in logic"?
Let us now assume for a minute that the width of the collapsed photon during the transitional state becomes the same as the wavelength. Yes, these are big jumps of logic...