Fwd: Angular Momentum Theory

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Subject: Fwd: Angular Momentum Theory
Date: Wed, 1 Apr 2009 13:46:39 EDT

They are still in print an available in softback from Amazon. They contain a lot of angular momentum theory of all kinds. Many thanks for your interest!

Myron,

I would like to get hard copies of the 5 Enigmatic Photon books which I downloaded recently. Is there any chance of getting those books reprinted?

Thanks, Dave

On Wed, Apr 01, 2009 at 10:16:40AM -0400, EMyrone] at [aol.com wrote: > I would advise Dave to have a look at the Enigmatic Photon books on the > Omnia Opera of _www.aias.us_ (http://www.aias.us) . These deal with angular > momentum theory in 3 and 4 dimensions in special relativity, using the Lorentz and > Poincare group generators, the Pauli Lubanski formalism and so on. This is > advanced field theory, by no means easy. I wrote these books with advice from > Vigier in the manner of Landau and Lifshitz, Lifsgitz wrote teh books with > advice from Landau. Essentially, on the simplest level, angular momentum has to > do with rotation, so torsion has to do with rotation. Have a look at the > downloadable notes by Carroll, where in his chapter one he gives the rotational > Lorentz transform, much less well known than the Lorentz boost. Ryder leaves > out all the c’s and h bar’s and is often obscure. However he is quite good if > one can spend many hours (or in my case years) trying to sort out what he is > saying. Very few people have the time or inclination to go deeply into > advanced field theory, which in the standard model is a plethora of > hyper-complexity. > >

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