# Thread: About quantum impulse h and h*.

1. About quantum impulse h and h*.
1)
Quantum particle has two (2) kinds of different impulses: (h) and (h*).
2)
Quantum of light having impulse (h) travelling in a straight line with
constant speed c=1 has infinite wavelength it means its frequencies
arent limited.
3)
Quantum of light having impulse ( h*= h / 2pi ) will go in a curved path
( rotate around its axle / diameter ) and its speed will be more than constant (c >1) .
In this movement quantum of light has limited specific frequencies.
4)
From the point of Earth gravity reference frame c=1 is maximal.
From the point of Vacuum's reference frame c=1 is minimal.
( Tachyon theory )
5)
Frequency belongs to quantum particle with some geometrical form.
Maybe: point, string, loop, triangle , cone , cube, . . . . . . .
6)
To know what quantum of light is ( and its h and h* ) we need to know
its geometrical form. Quantum particle without geometrical form
is an abstract creation.
7)
In 1900 Planck's wrote quantum of action as: h=E/t
(it means: there must be (phenomenologically must be ) some quantum action)
In 1905 Einstein wrote quantum of action as:
h=kb.
(it means: there is (exactly there is ) quantum of action
.
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Planck's constant (h, h*) belongs to the smallest and fundamental
particle of Nature: quantum of light. And Einstein wrote:
All these fifty years of conscious brooding have brought me no nearer
to the answer to the question, 'What are light quanta?'
Nowadays every Tom, Dick and Harry thinks he knows it,
but he is mistaken.
(Albert Einstein, 1954)
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All the best
Israel Sadovnik Socratus
=  2.

3. Just more nonsense from socratus Trash please...  4. Originally Posted by PhDemon Just more nonsense from socratus Trash please...
Seconded.  5. MODERATOR NOTE : This has nothing to do with established physics - moved to Personal Theories.  6. what do you think impulse means socratus? is your definition similar to how it's defined as by modern physics? give cases please, because i don't think you are familiar.

are you familiar with, for example compton scattering?  7. Originally Posted by socratus About quantum impulse h and h*.
1)
Quantum particle has two (2) kinds of different impulses: (h) and (h*).
2)
Quantum of light having impulse (h) travelling in a straight line with
constant speed c=1 has infinite wavelength it means its frequencies
arent limited.
3)
Quantum of light having impulse ( h*= h / 2pi ) will go in a curved path
( rotate around its axle / diameter ) and its speed will be more than constant (c >1) .
In this movement quantum of light has limited specific frequencies.
4)
From the point of Earth gravity reference frame c=1 is maximal.
From the point of Vacuum's reference frame c=1 is minimal.
( Tachyon theory )
5)
Frequency belongs to quantum particle with some geometrical form.
Maybe: point, string, loop, triangle , cone , cube, . . . . . . .
6)
To know what quantum of light is ( and its h and h* ) we need to know
its geometrical form. Quantum particle without geometrical form
is an abstract creation.
7)
In 1900 Planck's wrote quantum of action as: h=E/t
(it means: there must be (phenomenologically must be ) some quantum action)
In 1905 Einstein wrote quantum of action as:
h=kb.
(it means: there is (exactly there is ) quantum of action
.
===
.
Planck's constant (h, h*) belongs to the smallest and fundamental
particle of Nature: quantum of light. And Einstein wrote:
All these fifty years of conscious brooding have brought me no nearer
to the answer to the question, 'What are light quanta?'
Nowadays every Tom, Dick and Harry thinks he knows it,
but he is mistaken.
(Albert Einstein, 1954)
===..
All the best
Israel Sadovnik Socratus
=
This seems to be a terrible muddle. The units of Planck's constant are those of action, viz. energy x time (e.g. erg-seconds), not energy/time (ergs per second). And those of impulse are Force x time (e.g. Newton-seconds).

The dimensions of action are ML²T⁻¹, which are also those of angular momentum (mvr). But those of impulse (ma.t) are MLT⁻¹.

The rest is too incoherent for me to be able to comment.  8. The rest of his "contributions" are similar and he rarely (if ever) responds to any posts pointing it out (hence my post above), he just posts more nonsense. I don't know why he bothers...  9. Originally Posted by PhDemon The rest of his "contributions" are similar and he rarely (if ever) responds to any posts pointing it out (hence my post above), he just posts more nonsense. I don't know why he bothers...
OK thanks for the tip. I won't waste any more electrons on him then.  Bookmarks
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