Self-Field Theory: A New Mathematical Description of Physics, 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

Self-Field Theory

A New Mathematical Description of Physics, 1st Edition

By Tony Fleming

Jenny Stanford Publishing

276 pages | 30 Color Illus. | 43 B/W Illus.

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This is the first text to be written on the topic of Self-Field Theory (SFT), a new mathematical description of physics distinct from quantum field theory, the physical theory of choice by physicists at the present time. SFT is a recent development that has evolved from the classical electromagnetics of the electron’s self-fields that were studied by Abraham and Lorentz in 1903-04. Due to its bi-spinorial motions for particles and fields that obviate uncertainty, SFT is capable of obtaining closed-form solution for all atomic structures rather than the probabilistic solutions of QFT.

Table of Contents


Classical Origins



Self-Field Theory


Self-Field Theory

Solving Maxwell’s Equations Using Bi-spinors

The Hydrogen Atom: Principal Mode

Forces and Energies of the Principal Mode

Analytic Solution for Infinite Mass Proton

Complete Azimuthal Mode Solution: Balmer Formula


The Proton’s Motion in the Hydrogen Atom

Comparison of EMSFT Solution with Other Field Solutions

Planck’s Constant

SFT and Its Applications to Other Physical Phenomena

SFT Gravitational Model Based on Dielectromagnetics

Strong Nuclear Fields

Photonic States and Compounds

The Photon


Analytic Estimate for the Mass of the Photon

Spin and Elementary Particles

Electron–Proton Shells and the Pauli’s Exclusion Principle

Boson Structure

Gravitational Structure of the Universe

Photon Transit Across the Cosmos and Cosmic SFT Binaries

The Phonon


Brief Outline of Recent Acoustic and Vibrational Research

The Phonon and Cosmology

Solving the Equations of Electromagnetoacoustics

Self-Field Theory: A Mathematical Model of Physics

Repairing Past Inaccuracies

Appendix A: Mathematical Preliminaries

Solving Maxwell’s Partial Differential Equations

Electromagnetic Particle and Field Motions Described via Spinors

Centre-of-Motion E- and H-Fields

Imaginary Numbers in 4-D Coordinate Systems

The Condition for Zero Nett Radiation by Dipole Antennas

The Condition for Zero Nett Radiation in Atoms


Over-constraint of Classical and Quantum EM Equations

Appendix B: Comments on Physical Constants, Equations, and Standards

Appendix C: Self-Field Theory: New Photonic Insights

The Equations of CEM, QFT, and SFT

The Electric and Magnetic Fields of CEM, QFT, and SFT

Appendix D: Frequently Asked Questions

Appendix E: The Search for a General Physical Mathematics

Single-Time and Single-Coordinate Data. Determining the Velocity of a Rod Based on the Readings of the Synchronized Clocks Appurtenant to It

Relation of Rod Velocity and Coordinate Uncertainties Calculated Using Single-Time Data

Relation of Rod Energy and Time Uncertainties Calculated Using Single-Coordinate Data

A Physical Clock. Relation of the Impulse and Coordinate Uncertainties of a Spatially Extended Body


Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
SCIENCE / Mathematical Physics
SCIENCE / Life Sciences / General