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E Infinity, the Zero Set, Absolute Space and the Photon Spin

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As defined and used in General Relativity calculations, spacetime is a strictly classical construct which does not incorporate in any way, shape or form the concept of quantum. While reviewing the efforts that Alexandria theoretician M. S. El Naschie has made to resolve the dichotomy, we discovered that his E infinity theory contains a Cantor set which has characteristics specified by Isaac Newton for Absolute space. We show that this unexpected connection leads to an understanding of the mysterious origin of the one and only attribute that all particles listed in the Standard Model of Elementary Particles possessincluding notably the photon—and which has remained unexplained hitherto: spin. This most rewarding result reinforces our belief in the relevance of the E infinity basic concepts in relation to our own Xonic Quantum Physics (XQP) which places dynamical action rather spacetime and energy at the core of the System of the World.

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Auffray, J. (2015) E Infinity, the Zero Set, Absolute Space and the Photon Spin. Journal of Modern Physics, 6, 536-545. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2015.65058.


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