Volume 22: Pages 201-208, 2009
Conic sections as physical entities: A new view on the equations of physics
Constantinos Krikos 1
12 Agriniou, Athens 10446, Greece
In this paper, we introduce the concept of conion as entity, which obey the equations of physics, as opposed to the concept of particle. A conion is an entity featuring the invariant properties of an entire curve (closed or open conic section), while the definition of a particle is “an entity having the geometric features of a point on a curve that coincides with its trajectory.” The conion is endowed with the shape and the properties of the special strings, which are the conic sections. By conions we reproduce the equations of Schrödinger, Klein–Gordon, Dirac, and Maxwell, and interpret geometrically the interactions between them. Through these entities, it is achieved the unification of Newton’s theory of gravity and quantum mechanics.
Keywords: Conic Sections, Conions, Elementary Particles (Closed Conics), Waves (Open Conics), Characteristic Vector, Orientation, Major Circle of the Wave-Sphere
Received: October 1, 2008; Accepted: April 7, 2009; Published Online: May 14, 2009