Volume 21: Pages 229-232, 2008
Spatial size of an electron
Junichi Egashira 1
13-17-8, Keyakidai, Kiyama-chyou, Saga, 841-0205, Japan
Quantum theory has problems associated with observation and also difficulties with divergence due to the assumption that infinitely small point particles have no spatial spread. The theory of relativity exhibits paradoxes regarding the passing of time and the length of an object, due to the assumptions of the principle of relativity. These assumptions can be affirmed or negated by a new hypothesis, namely that matter is also space having a spatial spread. This hypothesis rejects the existence of infinitely small point particles. Probabilistic interpretation and the uncertainty relation relate only to nonexisting point particles. The principle of relativity does not apply to quantized space since motion and rest in space can be distinguished.
Keywords: Quantum Theory, Theory of Relativity, Wavelength λ, Wave Space, Infinitely Small Point Particles, Lorentz Transformation, Principle of Relativity
Received: November 19, 2007; Accepted: September 1, 2008; Published Online: January 26, 2009