JMP  Vol.3 No.9 , September 2012
Relativity Theory and Paraquantum Logic—Part II: Fundamentals of an Unified Calculation
ABSTRACT
The studies of the PQL are based on propagation of Paraquantum logical states ψ in a representative Lattice of four vertices. Based in interpretations that consider resulting information of measurements in physical systems are found paraquantum equations for computation of the physical quantities in real physical systems. In the first part of this work we presented a study of Relativity theory which involved the time and the space with their characteristics as degrees of evidence applied in Paraquantum Logical Model. Now, in this second Part we present a study of application of the PQL in resolution of phenomena of physical systems that involve concepts of the Relativity Theory and the correlation of these effects with the Newtonian Universe and Quantum Mechanics. Considering physical fundamental quantities varying periodically in amplitude, we introduce the paraquantum equations which consider frequency in the analysis. From of these mathematical relationships obtained in the PQL Lattice some main physical constants related to the studies of De Broglie appeared. With the equations of Energy obtained through the analyses is demonstrated that the Paraquantum Logic is capable to correlate values and to unify the several study areas of the Physical Science.

Cite this paper
J. Silva Filho, "Relativity Theory and Paraquantum Logic—Part II: Fundamentals of an Unified Calculation," Journal of Modern Physics, Vol. 3 No. 9, 2012, pp. 972-988. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2012.39127.
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