Genesis of Naturics

The first new ideas in the electronic structure of matter

The electronic structure of matter has been the main topic of my theoretical and experimental interest since the end of my physics study in 1969. During the following doctor study (1970-1973), by means of the first computers then available at my university (with perforated tapes and cards, and ALGOL and FORTRAN languages), I have theoretically improved some calculational procedures concerning the standard quantum chemical problems of the electronic structure of matter. This work was summarized in a series of four articles.

Parallel to this theoretical investigations, an experimental study of the electronic structure of matter was carried out as the greatest part of my doctor thesis, leading to doctor’s degree during 1976. The main results were summarized in a separate paper.

The birth of the Naturics model and the most important publications leading to the new foundation of physics

My growing experience with the electromagnetic properties of matter, on the one side, and with electrodynamics used to describe these properties, on the other side, has lead to more and more signals that the observations concerning just few charged particles, could not be adequately interpreted
by means of the commonly accepted version of the classical electrodynamics. The problem was also not solvable by any rough quantum-modification of the electrodynamics.

The traditional quantum electrodynamics was already known at this time. It became even the best cherished physical theory at all. Nevertheless, the problems I have encountered in my work, were rooted deep in the very fundamental levels of electrodynamics. They have persisted independently of such higher, additional constructions, like the “modern” quantum electrodynamics. Inspired by those fundamental problems, I have found out that the Maxwell’s equations cannot by symmetrized with regard to the electric and magnetic fields, unless one has accepted the existence of some nonvanishing, omnipresent reference field. In that way, the precursor of the universal Field of Light was born (it was winter 1980/1981).

The same observation has encouraged myself to prove the Maxwell’s equations once again. I have done it in spite of the fact that they were already (for longer than one century) thought of as the unchangeable cornerstones of physics. I have checked these equations under the aspect of some alternative solutions, probably allowing certain new interpretational possibilities of the classical electrodynamics in the presence of some universal, nonvanishing field.

The results have surpassed all my expectations. I have found out that the Maxwell’s equations really do have an alternative solution, allowing a perfect unification of the electrodynamical and dynamical descriptions of all natural phenomena. By the way, also the always dubious traditional “vacuum” disappeared from this unified description. The price for this enormous theoretical gain is minimal. Instead of the commonly accepted addition, one has to subtract the Maxwell’s displacement current from the Ampere’s current. That’s all!

The second important observation, supporting the new version of electrodynamics, was a mathematically obvious fact from the general field theory, which has not been used consequently enough in the classical version of electrodynamics. That is a directly provable fact that any physical vector field may be univocally divided into a source field (a vortex-free field) and a vortex field (a source-free field). These two aspects of each physical field are thus inseparable from each other. This fact explains the fundamental inseparability of the translational and rotational motions in Nature, giving also a natural explanation for the wave-particle dualism in our world.

It took some further years for to check the new theory and to publish the corresponding results.

One additional aspect of the new approach to electrodynamics, the relation of the newly defined Field of Light to the old idea of the “luminiferous” ether, was discussed in a separate paper.

The earliest applications of the Unified Physics

From the successfully realized unification of the electrodynamics with dynamics, it was just a short step to the unification of all physical quantities into a single, Unified Family of these quantities. The resulting reduction of the four or more fundamental quantities used hitherto to just two (!) such quantities used in the Unified Physics was a natural consequence of this unification. The new foundation of the whole physics has been summarized in my paper Alternative Foundation of Physics.

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