The Theory on Thing’s Limits. Part 2: A Brief Analysis of the New Knowledge of Newton’s First Law


  • Jian Ding



According to the norm of identifying truth in this theory, and Newton’s first law as a basis that can look at the overall situation, and by virtue of the electron storage ring as an experimental fact, it is pointed out: Only in reality can there be inertia. Inertia represents the continuity of the development of things. As the speed gradually approaches the c, the particle’s mass also approaches zero along with its static mass due to the impact of electromagnetic radiation, which is exactly the root where the energy shrinkage effect of high-speed particles comes from, and also the primary factor causing the spectrum redshift. Therefore, the Big Bang theory is wrong. All photons are produced from high-density particles through electromagnetic radiation. Wherever there is fluctuation, there must be mass, and vice versa. This is the correct understanding of “wave-particle duality”. No matter whether the high-speed electrons or the photons produced by them all have different static masses, their charge-mass ratio is always the same physical constant, and not affected by relativistic effects and electromagnetic radiations. This is the true internal mechanism to constitute the uncertainty principle, and conforms to the experimental facts related to it. It can be proved that in a constant magnetic field, the high-speed electron or photon having a relatively large curvature radius has a high moving speed and less mass, energy and wave frequency. Since Einstein used the absolute space-time established by Newton as the criterion and came to the conclusion that the relative space-time was curved, then he should no longer make circular arguments, that was, used the relative space-time as the criterion, to change the unit length and time established by the absolute space-time.


Mechanics, Relativity, Electron, Photon, Electromagnetic radiation, Energy shrinkage


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How to Cite

Ding, J. (2023). The Theory on Thing’s Limits. Part 2: A Brief Analysis of the New Knowledge of Newton’s First Law. Journal of Electronic & Information Systems, 5(1), 10–19.





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