For those who have been here before and see how different things look. I have decided to pare down the website to present only the publishable papers that I write, along with any associated items. The first three finished papers are; the theory basics, the structure of atoms based on the theory and which contains proof that it works, and lastly the ability to determine exact values for e, h, the Bohr magneton, and the fine structure constant based on a value for the Rydberg constant of 1.0973731568537E+7, all at any electron mass chosen. Of course h does not exist in ultrawave theory (UT), as it is replaced by A-sub-T, which is the surface area of spin-1/2 particles. The value of h-bar though is the same and has the same units in UT. If you are able to understand these papers, you will see that they describe a classical system made from strings and branes that replace the almost mystical quantum theory now used. The papers are written in Microsoft Word, but several PDFs presentations have been made for those not having MS Word.

I will also include any Excel files that can provide more detail about what is in the papers. The first file in the link below gives you access to what no one else in the current Standard Model paradigm of physics has, the ability to determine constants without the need for measurements! For those who do not have MS Excel, I apologize.

This is not by any means the limit of the ability of this method to determine constants values. It can be applied to any constant that has components that are related by the ones used in the above file. I will likely include some of this information in a later version, especially if I can expand it to other spin-1/2 particles and spin-1/2 atomic nuclei.

This second file is the detailed file plotting the particles and constants on power curves. The curves plot mass versus magnetic moment. It blew my mind when I first plotted these and saw how many curves there were.

[A special note about this website: The currently used file editor does not support subscript and superscript (I tried and failed with Alt + codes, which is why I wrote them out above.]