In the second half of the 20^th century, some works, e.g. [1–3], were published where a model of physical vacuum as
a superfluid consisting of pairs of oppositely charged particles,
the fermions, with zero total spin of a pair was proposed. Such
a model explained the dielectric properties of the vacuum and
the production of pairs of electrically charged unlike particles
(for example, electron and positron) in the vacuum. The
superfluid properties of physical vacuum explained as well the
dissipation free motion of celestial bodies, such as the planets
of the solar system. With the advances in condensed matter
physics, the concept of vacuum was further enhanced: the phase
transitions in vacuum, similar to the phase transitions in
superfluid In the present work, see also [9, 10], the analogy between the
properties of physical vacuum and those of superfluid In In In According to the properties of the SPV, in the vortices there is precession of spins of microparticles that constitute the SPV, the frequency of the preces is assumed to be equal to the frequency of the Schrцdinger wave function for the quantum object. The validity of the above assumptions is based on that they account for a number of experimentally observe d phenomena: the emission of a photon when the atom changes its energy state, the interaction of photon with quantum objects, the phase correlation of photons, the Cherenkov–Vavilov effect, the "relativistic" increase in. If light is considered to be a process in the SPV, then such
a "luminiferous ether" gives rise to a number of problems to be
solved. In particular, it is necessary to show that the
experimentally proven kinematic equations of special relativity
can be derived on the basis of the model of three-dimensional
Euclidean space and time independent of the spatial coordinates.
A solution to this problem is given in According to the properties of the SPV, the electric
polarization of the SPV takes place in the cores of vortices.
Consequently, if the wave properties of quantum objects are due
to creation of vortices by them in the SPV, then there is an
electric dipole moment associated with matter waves of the
quantum objects (the moment is referred to as the MW-EDM in this
work). In Since, under the SPV model, moving quantum objects produce
vortices in the SPV, then a flow of electrically charged quantum
objects will form a vortex line in the SPV. In In Liudmila Borisovna BOLDYREVA
Has graduated from Moscow Engineering Physics Institute. She defended her PhD thesis in MEPHI on processing results of physical experiments. For 30 years she has been studying the properties of physical vacuum. The results are published in 2 books, both in Russian and in English, in more than 40 papers in Russian and foreign journals, and proceedings of a number of international conferences. |