Volume 23: Pages 311-319, 2010 (doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.4006/1.3392799)
The formulation of harmonic quintessence and a fundamental energy equivalence equation
Andrew Worsley 1
1UHL, University of London, Lewisham High Street, London SE13 6LH, United Kingdom
There are currently two principal energy equivalence equations in common usage. Planck’s formula describes energy equivalence on a quantum basis. Einstein’s famous energy equivalence equation describes energy in terms of mass and the speed of light. In this paper, quantum physics is advanced by introducing a single fundamental a priori energy equivalence equation. This fundamental energy equation is based on a new form of quintessence, termed harmonic quintessence. Harmonic quintessence defines the fundamental quantum harmonic oscillator and its principal energy component, from Planck’s constant h. This single a priori energy equivalence equation is capable of explaining both current energy equations. It also represents a considerable paradigm shift in quantum physics, which becomes far more deterministic, and is able to resolve the dichotomy of wave particle duality. This fundamental energy equation also allows the derivation of the equations for quantum mechanics from first principles, at a deeper quantum level.
Keywords: Energy Equivalence, Planck’s Constant, Fundamental Quantum, Quintessence Theory, Harmonic Quintessence
Received: March 12, 2009; Accepted: March 24, 2010; Published Online: April 29, 2010