Forward to the First Edition of “The Quantum Dimension” Paradigm Publishing
During the summer and fall of 2008, twentieth century physics was shattered by the confirmation of a fourth quantum dimension. In that period, a new order of physical reality was experimentally confirmed. It could not have been anticipated nor fully acknowledged as possible by conventional three-dimensional physics. Four-dimensional quantum geometry experimentally derived Planck’s Constant with a precision not seen since the famous Robert Millikan derivation of 1916. It did so by confirming a new order of radiation which had been theoretically predicted only three months earlier in the nation’s most prestigious physics journal.
Starting in mid-2008, the negative light frequencies predicted by the author’s quantum electron-string model as well as by a new soliton-based “1+1, ‘ kink’ geometry” (Journal of Physical Review, Feb. 2008) were experimentally proven and measured. Negative radiation (N-radiation) was shown to drop the temperature in cotton fibers at a rate which derived Planck’s Constant as a function of the number of hydrogen bonds in the molecule.
Negative radiation forces the atom to radiate off its own energy. Applying the quantum electron-string model to the measured drop in temperature for cotton fibers under negative radiation deduced Planck’s Constant. It did so within six tenths of a percentage point, equaling Millikan’s 1916 derivation in accuracy. This identified Planck’s Constant as the energy-exchange factor (power in watts) between the electron and nucleus.
The experiment also demonstrated that quantum string harmonics for the hydrogen electron, as derived from the Rydberg formula for hydrogen light-frequency output, are essentially correct. These electron string harmonics can explain Einstein’s 1905 photoelectric formula as well as the photon theory can explain that formula.
Quantum geometry also identifies vacuous space as a “medium” for the conduction of waveform light radiation. The identification of photoelectrics as electron string harmonics and the identification of vacuum as a possible lightwave medium puts Einstein’s light dualism to rest, leaving wave theory fully in control. It is a scientific revolution, purely and simply. One based upon solid empirical science and provable mathematical propositions.
The electron bond was proven to be a field and a string; an electrostatic or capacitance field and a tensioned string which vibrated at Rydberg frequencies to output light. The vibrating string emits Rydberg light frequencies which were identified as a quantum harmonic series.
An authentic quantum mathematics have been derived, mathematics which reveal, among other things, that an electron can attach to a neutron, creating an “anti-ion” or antion (a negatively charged nuclear unit). The antion negative charge —projected into the nucleus but not out — chains with the positively charged proton to provide binding force to the nucleus.
Experiments were conducted upon the Beta/Gamma emissions from the Uranium isotope 235 to test the nuclear antion hypothesis. It was postulated that irradiation of U-235 with negative frequencies would increase antionic “negative inward force” at the expense of ionic “positive outward force” , reducing the nucleus’ capacity to eject an electron (Beta emission). This proved to be the case, reducing the frequency of emissions by 25%, a reduction highly statistically significant at the 0.0025 level of probability.
Lawrence Dawson, February 2009