GENERAL ECE THEORY OF FIELD AND PARTICLE INTERACTION: APPLICATION TO LOW ENERGY NUCLEAR REACTION (LENR)

Authors

  • M. W. Evans
  • H. Eckardt
  • D. W. Lindstrom

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.7251/551

Abstract

The general ECE theory is developed of field interaction and particle interaction on the classical and quantum relativistic level using the minimal prescription. The theory conserves total energy (momentum and charge) current density, and is based on the development of the tetrad postulate of Cartan geometry into the EEC wave equation and fermion equation. The latter is developed for any kind of interaction between fields or between particles or particles and fields. In ECE theory all of these interactions are phenomena of spacetime represented by geometry. The general theory is applied to reproducible and repeatable experimental data from low energy nuclear reactions.

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Published

2013-02-22