Experimentally all descriptions of physics must be relativistic:
S(pecial)R(elativistic) =>
G(eneral)R(elativistic) =>
C(omprehensive)A(ction)P(rinciple) => All so-called elementary
particles must be described as harmonic oscillating extended particles
in the 2D-plane
orthogonal to the observed direction of motion (SR-worldline).
**This
relativistic analysis explains why all elementary particles have**
energy proportional to a (not-always visible, i.e. spin2 graviton) detectable
frequency
and why all
particles posses spin. A mathematical explanation of QM
which
complies to the
CAP explains why elementary particles all have
spin
> 0!
**Also check
a simple but not understood explanation of spin at:**
http://musr.physics.ubc.ca/~jess/p200/spin/node4.html
**This is
explained in the following PDF:
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27-08-2015 18:51:07 |