From classical electrodynamics applied to our standing wave model we were able to calculate the energy contributions of the electromagnetic field to the self-energy of an electron in the whole space.

Contributions to the Self-energy of a Macroscopically Resting Electron within the Framework of the Standing Wave Model.

While of course it is important to perform all the job duties and tasks as effectively as possible from a medical standpoint, on a larger scale over time, it is important to become a positive role model, to be a contagious positive presence, infecting people around you with your positive

self-energy in order to change things for the better one slow step at a time.

It also provides practical steps to promote an energised team and recuperate

self-energy to create and contribute the very best of 'who you are at work'.

According to Shuki Raz, "The vision of Delta-T will now be ours: Delta-T ethanol plants will be

self-energy producers, meaning they will need no outside energy for processing from grain to ethanol.

p] of the proton wave function is defined in terms of the proton

self-energy caused by "soft" photons of Eq.

In connection with an earlier elaborated revised quantum-electrodynamic theory, a revised renormalisation procedure has been developed to solve the problem of infinite self-energy of the point-charge-like electron [1, 2].

12)-(16) it is first observed that, in the conventional renormalisation procedure, the divergent behaviour of an infinite self-energy is outbalanced by adding extra infinite ad-hoc counter-terms to the Lagrangian, to obtain a finite difference between two "infinities".

Using the space-time statistics, we employ Feynman diagrams and Feynman rules to compute the basic QED effects such as the vertex correction, the photon

self-energy and the electron

self-energy.

In the nuclear physics, the

self-energy of a particle has an imaginary part [19, 20].

The analysis of the electron model debouches into a point-charge-like geometry with a very small characteristic radius but having finite

self-energy.

The clue to evaluate this probability within the context of Geometric Probability theory is provided by the electron

self-energy diagram.