Physical Science International Journal, ISSN: 2348-0130,Vol.: 20, Issue.: 1
Ad Hoc Error Correction vs. Removal of Error’s Root
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(1) Dr. Thomas F. George, Chancellor / Professor, Department of Chemistry and Physics, University of Missouri-St. Louis, Boulevard St. Louis, USA.
(2) Dr. Lei Zhang, Winston-Salem State University, North Carolina, USA.
(1) Igor Bulyzhenkov, Lebedev Physical Institute, Russia.
(2) Hermes Jos Loschi, University of Campinas, Brazil.
(3) Anonymous, Canada.
(4) Snehadri B. Ota, Institute of Physics, India.
(5) S. Saravanan, Jansons Institute of Technology, India.
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An ad hoc correction of a theoretical error does not change other elements of the relevant theory. The mathematical structure of theoretical physics indicates that a removal of the root of an error has a much more profound meaning than that of just correcting an error. Herein, this general principle is applied to four physical issues: the standard derivation of the electromagnetic energy-momentum tensor; gauge transformations of the 4-potential of electromagnetic fields; the idea called the hadronic structure of the photon; the factor that aims to project a quantum function into a parity violating form. The erroneous root of each of these issues is discussed and an appropriate line of research is suggested.
Error correction; energy-momentum tensor; gauge transformations; hadronic structure of the photon; parity violation.
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DOI : 10.9734/PSIJ/2018/45286Review History Comments