On a way to determine structural indivisibility of fundamental elementary particles
Keywords:special theory of relativity, fundamental elementary particles, temporal theory, space-time continuum, course of time, rest energy, rest mass
It is demonstrated within the bounds of temporal theory that the course of time is the fundamental physical process possessing the correspondent physical characteristics. This process is characterized by temporal velocity W which, in modern conditions, equals to the value of light movement velocity in vacuum c. The full particle energy is thus the sum of kinetic energy of its movement in space, and temporal energy reflecting its movement energy in time being equal to the rest energy of E = T + Eo = ?MW? + moW? = MW?. Here ?M is kinetic increment of mass: ?M = M — mo, where M is relativist mass of a particle depending upon the velocity of its movement in space. It is noted that the particle rest mass mo enters the equation similarly to kinetic mass increment, and so it plays the similar role at a particle movement in time. At the stop of a particle movement in time its rest mass is equal to zero while in its movement in time it turns into non-zero value. Its magnitude can work as the sign of movement or rest of a particle in time. Any structurally organized object possesses the binding energy of its components which can be presented in temporal form as follows: Ec = ?mW? where ?m is mass defect. In the rest state in time W = 0 that leads to zero value of binding energy of the object components and its destruction. Structurally organized object cannot exist in such conditions. Fundamental elementary particles that lack an inner structure are called truly elementary. The sufficient sign of the absence of structural division of fundamental elementary particle is obtained: when particle possesses no rest mass thus it lacks the movement in time then it is truly elementary.
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