Wheeler's geometrodynamic concept charged microparticles are considered therein as singular points located in a non-unitary coherent two-dimensional surface and connected to each other through "wormholes", current tubes, or current force lines of the input-output (source-drain) kind in an additional dimension, thus forming a closed contour.
Nuclear power and the structure of a nucleus according to J.Wheeler's geometrodynamic concept.
In this geometrodynamic
model, any elementary particle is considered as a trace appeared due to that a vortical tube (Wheeler's wormhole) transits the surface of our world (i.e.
Macro-Analogies and Gravitation in the Micro-World: Elaboration of Wheeler's Geometrodynamics
This work is an attempt to add a physically descriptive interpretation to some phenomena of the micro-world using both topological images of Wheeler's geometrodynamic idea and further macro-world analogies.
In the framework of quantum geometrodynamics
, and for a Bianchi-I metric, the Wheeler-De Witt equation has been obtained by Krechet, Fil'chenkov, and Shikin, which reduces to become (Eq.
A fundamental limitation can be derived by considering a charged microparticle from the point of view of John Wheel er's geometrodynamic
concept where the charges are seen as singular points on the three-dimensional surface, connected "wormholes" or current tubes by drain-source type through an extra dimension, forming in general a closed contour.
concept , such a variety of types and mechanisms of interaction seems strange and unreasonable.
The concept of the unified material medium and recognition of the existence the elementary vortex structures as material units of the field made it possible to reflect on and explain logically variety physical phenomena at the different scale levels of organization of matter using the single approach--J.Wheeler's geometrodynamic
concept, in which microparticles are considered as vortical oscillating deformations on a non-unitary coherent surface, was earlier used by the author to construct model objects of the microcosm [1, 2].