Stephen Arthur Langford Langford Consulting, Danielson
Keywords: Vacuum Structure, refractive indices, Optical Mineralogy, de Broglie, rest mass, energy, weight, permittivity, permeability.
Abstract: In the previous paper, assumption of a Vacuum Structure led to creation of predicted and residual models for rest mass (m), energy (E), and weight (W). Those models were based only upon prior work by Galileo, Newton, Einstein, Planck, and de Broglie; experimentally estimated refractive-index (RI) probability levels and related temperature data not having been considered. Here, the question of how best to model the statistic (L%+E%), against those factors of Quantum Mechanics (QM), is explored. (L%) is the statistical cumulative-frequency-distribution surface and (E%) is the statistical-density-function surface. Variables based upon temperatures set for immersion liquids and those estimated also for immersed-fragment interiors are found nicely to improve the QM-only models. These results demonstrate at least one realm in which QM aspects interrelate seamlessly with the so-called “Real World” of statistically-significant RI data sets generated by a mere experimental human.
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