Dirac’s “Holes” Are the True Antielectrons and Real Particles of Antimatter

Author(s): Robert A. Sizov

ABSTRACT

The electromagnetic structure of the atom of ordinary hydrogen.
The electromagnetic structure of the atom of ordinary hydrogen.

Experimental and theoretical studies performed by the author showed that electric and magnetic spinor particles as spinors, ie particles of Matter so and Antispinors, particles of Antimatter, are structural components of atoms and substance. Together with electric spinors, for example, electrons in the structures of atoms and substances in same quantities, there are real electric anti-spinors, ie the true antielectrons, which are not to be confused with electronic vacancies or positrons. Atomic-shaped electromagnetic structures, consisting of electric and magnetic spinor particles, such as nucleons and atoms, represent a Physical Mass. A characteristic property of all varieties of Physical Mass is the ability to emit a gravitational field which is a vortex electromagnetic field. Sources of the gravitational field are joint orbital currents of electric and magnetic charges in the compositions of atomic or nucleon shells. The main reason that the real antielectrons turned out in the Physical sciences under the guise of Dirac’s “holes” or vacancies of electrons, is the Physics of the confinement of these particles in atoms and a substance that is fundamentally different from the confinement of electrons. So, namely Physics confinement of the magnetic spinor particles and electric antispinors in atoms is the main “culprit” creating a fallacious concept of purely electronic atomic shells. The main contributions to the formation of the above-mentioned misconceptions did as JC Maxwell with its primitive-surface electromagnetic concept so and P. Dirac, with his erroneous theory of electronic vacancies or “holes”.

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Journal: Journal of Modern Physics
DOI: 10.4236/jmp.2015.615232 (PDF)
Paper Id: 62517 (metadata)

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