Measurement of the Magnetic Monopole Charge, the Missing Link in Quantum Mechanics, Aether and the Dark Energy

Relations between the Magnetic Monopole Neutrinos and Other Unsolved Mysteries of the Universe

Authors

  • Eue-Jin Jeong Tachyonics Institute of Technology Austin TX 78741 USA ‎
  • Dennis Edmondson University of Washington Seattle, Seattle WA USA

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14331/ijfps.2022.330152

Keywords:

measurement of magnetic monopole charge, nonlocality problem of quantum mechanics

Abstract

Charge conservation in the theory of elementary particle physics is one of the best-established principles in physics. As such, if there are magnetic monopoles in the universe, magnetic charge will most likely be a conserved quantity like electric charges. If neutrinos are magnetic monopoles, as physicists have reported the possibility, the Earth should show signs of having magnetic monopole charge on a macroscopic scale since neutrons must also have magnetic monopole charge if general charge conservation principle is valid. To test this hypothesis, experiments were performed to detect the collective effect of magnetic monopole charge of neutrons on the earth's equator using two balanced high strength neodymium rod magnets. We were able to identify non-zero magnetic monopole charge of the individual neutrons from the experiments. The presence of individual magnetic monopole charges in the universe prompted proposition of the new symmetric form of Maxwell's equations. Based on the theoretical investigation of the new Maxwell's equations, we conclude that magnetic monopole neutrinos are the cause of the origin of quantum mechanical uncertainty, dark energy and the medium for electromagnetic wave propagation in space.

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Author Biographies

Eue-Jin Jeong, Tachyonics Institute of Technology Austin TX 78741 USA ‎

Dennis Edmondson, University of Washington Seattle, Seattle WA USA

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Published

2022-06-16

How to Cite

Jeong, E.-J., & Edmondson, D. (2022). Measurement of the Magnetic Monopole Charge, the Missing Link in Quantum Mechanics, Aether and the Dark Energy: Relations between the Magnetic Monopole Neutrinos and Other Unsolved Mysteries of the Universe. International Journal of Fundamental Physical Sciences, 12(2), 19-28. https://doi.org/10.14331/ijfps.2022.330152

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