## Thursday, May 19, 2005

Naked Singularity

The naked singularity has

M^2 < a^2 + Q^2

Therefore, on this model, where M = Q, the electron would be a naked singularity that might explain the random indeterminate micro-quantum properties, or it might be an argument for the Chapline-Laughlin "dark energy star" model?

On the other hand, my actual model with /\zpf is essentially Newtonian and does not require the Kerr-Newmann metric fit at all.

On May 19, 2005, at 9:12 AM, Jack Sarfatti wrote:

Alexander Burinski in Moscow has made detailed models of the electron as a Kerr-Newman metric http://arxiv.org/pdf/hep-th/0412065

The parameters in that metric from the electron's stabilizing dark energy core would then be

G*m^2 = e^2

m and e are the measured rest mass and charge of the electron

J = (1/2)(h/2pi)

a = (1/2)h/mc

M = G*m/c^2 = e^2/mc^2 = classical radius of the electron ~ 1 fermi

G*^1/2m = e

G*^1/2e = G*m

Q = G*^1/2e/c^2 = G*m/c^2

This Kerr-Newman model must be compared to a "charged" dark star model (e.g. Chapline & Laughlin)

“Dark Energy Stars”, G. Chapline, Proceedings of the Texas Conference on Relativistic Astrophysics, Stanford, CA, December 12-17, (2004), preprint astro-ph/0503200 ;
“Have nucleon decays already been seen?”, J. Barbierii and G. Chapline, Phys Lett. B 590, 8, (2004);
“ Quantum Phase Transitions and the Breakdown of Classical General Relativity”, G. Chapline, E. Hohlfeld, R. B. Laughlin, D. I. Santiago, Int. J. Mod. Phys. A18 3587-90 (2003), preprint gr-qc/0012094.

On May 19, 2005, at 8:51 AM, Jack Sarfatti wrote:

Note that an EVO of ~ 10^12 electrons close-packed in a spherical shell has a radius

~ 10^6 x 10^-11 cm = 10^-5 cm ~ 0.1 micron

The counter-intuitive effective attractive gravity G* from this homogeneously distributed repulsive vacuum zero point energy 3D harmonic oscillator potential of negative pressure is

G*(Nm)^2 = (Ne)^2

G*m^2 = e^2

G* = (e/m)^2

independent of N

The effective gravity constant G* induced by the dark zero point energy core of the electron is simply the square of the charge to mass ratio of the electron.

On May 19, 2005, at 4:34 AM, Jack Sarfatti wrote:

On the extended space structure of a single electron

On May 13, 2005, at 7:46 AM, Ken Shoulders wrote:

A paper by Ken Shoulders entitled "EVOs And The Hutchison Effect" will be presented at the 2005 Conference on Cold Fusion to be held at MIT on May 21. A 1 MB .PDF file showing some of the graphics slides to be used in that presentation can now be downloaded from:
http://www.svn.net/krscfs/

Ken

For a shell of N electrons

N(h/mc)^2 = 4piro^2

N^1/2(h/mc) = (4pi)^1/2ro

ro^3 = (Ne)^2/(2mc^2/\zpf)

N^3/2(h/mc)^3/(4pi)^3/2 = N^2e^2/2mc^2/\zpf

(h/mc)^3/(4pi)^3/2 = N^1/2e^2/2mc^2/\zpf

/\zpf = (4pi)^3/2N^1/2(e^2/2mc^2)/(h/mc)^3

e^2/hc ~ (1/137) = (classical electron radius)/(Compton radius)

/\zpf ~ (4pi)^3/2N^1/2(e^2/hc)(mc/h)^2

For a SINGLE ELECTRON N = 1 (Bohm hidden variable)

This solves a 100 year old problem from Lorentz.

The electron is a shell of charge with a dark energy core.

The zero point stress energy density tensor of the dark energy core is

tuv(ZPF core) = (c^4/8piG)/\zpfguv

On May 18, 2005, at 10:02 PM, Jack Sarfatti wrote:

bcc

PS for uniform /\zpf > 0 of negative pressure (dark energy core)

F/m = -dV/dr = -2c^2|/\zpf|ro + (Ne)^2/mro^2 = 0

ro^3 = (Ne)^2/2mc^2/\zpf

stability

d^2V/dr^2 = +2c^2|/\zpf| + 2(Ne)^2/mro^3 > 0

On May 18, 2005, at 9:42 PM, Jack Sarfatti wrote:

Note that my theory of Ken Shoulders charge clusters also has a dark energy core that stabilizes the shell of N electrons. The dark energy core potential ~ + c^2|/\zpf|r^2 holds the repulsive Coulomb barrier + (Ne)^2/mr in check!

Similarly for Pioneer 10 & 11 anomaly, galactic halo & other phenomena.