July 18, 2010

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The 20th century particle physics community has generally assumed as having "final experimental character" the numerical values obtained via the elaboration of actually measured quantities (cross sections, scattering angles, etc.) via the conventional, quantum mechanical, relativistic scattering theory and its Lie underlying structure.

Recent studies have shown that such an assumption cannot be maintained without an in depth scrutiny due to vast mathematical, physical, chemical, experimental and industrial evidence accumulated during the past 50 years according to which special relativity is indeed exactly valid under the conditions clearly stated by Einstein (in vacuum), but it is inapplicable (and certainly not "violated") within physical media at large, thus including the scattering region (for details and references in free pdf download, see our preceding Announcements) ).

The latest experimental evidence of deviations from special relativity within physical media is given by measurements of deviations from the Doppler's law for electromagnetic waves propagating in our atmosphere recently published in The Open Astronomy Journal"> Since deviations from the Doppler's law are measurable within a physical medium of low density such as air, much greater deviations are expected within the hyperdense medium in the interior of high energy scattering regions.

The need for a serious re-inspection of the data elaboration of particle physics experiments is presented in impeccable and advanced scientific language in the series of papers

Nonunitary Lie-isotopic and Lie-admissible scattering theories of hadronic mechanics

authored by the Italian-American Scientist R. M. Santilli (former member of the Department of Mathematics of Harvard University under DOE grants ER-78-S-02-47420.A000, AS02-78ER04742, DE-ACO2-80ER10651s, recipient of several high ranking honors, see ) et al. In essence, the above papers present separate analyses for the following cases:

Scattering processes reversible over time
Rather than abusing of his name, Santilli has honored Albert Einstein by extendeing the applicability of his axioms from the vacuum to physical media via the use of the Lie-isotopic theory and its novel isomathematics, although this broadening is only valid for reversible scattering events, such as Coulomb scattering, reversible synthesis of unstable hadrons, etc. In this case, Santilli points out the expectation of the preservation of the "experimental results" under Lie-isotopic lifting of the scattering theory.

Scattering processes irreversible over time
In this case, Santilli points out the need for a serious scrutiny for any claim, one way or the other, to acquire serious scientific content. This is due to the impossibility of further extending the applicability of Einsteinian axioms to high energy inelastic scattering, since special relativity is strictly reversible over time, while deep inelastic scattering events are strictly irreversible. Hence, irrespective of the above indicated vast evidence of inapplicability, the former cannot be credibly claimed as being exactly valid for the latter without a detailed inspection.

Our Foundation is seeking experimental particle physicists for the joint elaboration of measured scattering data via the conventional scattering theory and its Lie-isotopic and/or Lie-admissible coverings. Interested colleagues should contact the Trustees at

NOTE: Funds are specifically and solely available for the above indicated task. Physicists seeking funds along 20th century theoretical and/or experimental lines should apply to governmental agencies or other foundations.

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Richard Anderson
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