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No Anomaly and New Renormalization Scheme  [PDF]
Takehisa Fujita, Naohiro Kanda
Journal of Modern Physics (JMP) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jmp.2012.38091
Abstract: We review the physics of chiral anomaly and show that the anomaly equation of δμJμ5 =e216π2εμνρδ FμνFρδis not connected to any physical observables. This is based on the fact that the reaction process of π0→2γ has no diver- gence at all, and the triangle diagrams with the vertex of γμγ5 describing the Z0→2γ decay do not have any di- vergences either. The recent calculated branching ratio of the Z0→2γ decay rate is found to be ГZ0→2γ/Г□2.4×10-8. Further, we discuss the anomaly equation in the Schwinger model which is known as δμJμ5=e2πεμνFμν , and prove that this anomaly equation disagrees with the exact value of the chiral charge δ5=±1 in the Schwinger vacuum. Therefore, the chiral anomaly is a spurious effect induced by the regularization. In connection with the anomaly prob- lem, we clarify the physical meaning why the self-energy of photon should not be included in the renormalization scheme. Also, we present the renormalization scheme in weak interactions without Higgs particles, and this is achieved with a new propagator of massive vector bosons, which does not give rise to any logarithmic divergences in the vertex corrections. Therefore, there is no necessity of the renormalization procedure of the vertex corrections arising from the weak vector boson propagation.
Higgs Mechanism and New Propagator of Massive Vector Bosons  [PDF]
Takehisa Fujita, Naohiro Kanda, Kazuhiro Tsuda
Journal of Modern Physics (JMP) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jmp.2012.37085
Abstract: discuss a serious problem related to the Higgs mechanism and show that the unitary gauge which imposes the condition of ф=ф÷ on the Higgs fields does not correspond to a proper gauge fixing. Instead, this is simply a procedure for producing the massive vector boson fields by hand. This suggests that the Lagrangian density of the weak interactions should be reconsidered by starting from the massive vector boson fields which couple to the fermion currents as the initial ingredients. Here, it is shown that the new renormalization scheme with massive vector bosons has no intrinsic problem and the massive vector boson fields do not give rise to any divergences for the physical observables in the renormalization scheme.
Physics of Leap Second
Takehisa Fujita,Naohiro Kanda
Physics , 2009,
Abstract: The physical origin of the leap second is discussed in terms of the new gravity model. The calculated time shift of the earth rotation around the sun for one year amounts to $\displaystyle{\Delta T \simeq 0.621 s/ year}$. According to the data, the leap second correction for one year corresponds to $\Delta T \simeq 0.63 \pm 0.03 s/ year $, which is in perfect agreement with the prediction. This shows that the leap second is not originated from the rotation of the earth in its own axis. Instead, it is the same physics as the Mercury perihelion shift. We propose a novel dating method (Leap Second Dating) which enables to determine the construction date of some archaeological objects such as Stonehenge.
Novel Solution of Mercury Perihelion Shift
Takehisa Fujita,Naohiro Kanda
Physics , 2009,
Abstract: We present a novel solution of the Mercury perihelion advance shift in the new gravity model. It is found that the non-relativistic reduction of the Dirac equation with the gravitational potential produces the new gravitational potential of $\displaystyle{V(r)=-{GMm\over r}+{G^2M^2m^2\over 2mc^2r^2}}$. This potential can explain the Mercury perihelion advance shift without any free parameters. Also, it can give rise to the $\omega-$shift of the GPS satellite where the advance shift amounts to $({\Delta \omega\over \omega})_{th} \simeq 3.4\times 10^{-10}$ which should be compared to the recent observed value of $({\Delta \omega\over \omega})_{exp} \simeq 4.5\times 10^{-10}$.
Tomonaga's Conjecture on Photon Self-Energy
Takehisa Fujita,Naohiro Kanda
Physics , 2011,
Abstract: We investigate Tomonaga's conjecture that the self-energy of photon should vanish to zero. In fact, the contribution of photon's self-energy diagram violates the Lorentz invariance and therefore it is unphysical. In addition, there occurs no wave function renormalization of photon in the exact Lippmann-Schwinger equation for the vector potential and this confirms that the conjecture is correct. Further, it is shown that the gauge condition $ k_\mu \Pi^{\mu \nu}(k) =0$ of the vacuum polarization tensor does not hold and the relation is obtained simply due to a mathematical mistake in replacing the integration variables in the infinite integral.
Two Pion versus σ-Meson Exchange Potentials  [PDF]
Sachiko Oshima, Takehisa Fujita, Naohiro Kanda, Akihiro Yoshimi
Journal of Modern Physics (JMP) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jmp.2015.67097
Abstract: The two pion exchange potentials are evaluated by carrying out the numerical integrations of three Feynman parameters in the corresponding Feynman diagrams. The two pion exchange potentials give rise to the attractive force which is quite similar to the effective scalar meson with its mass of ms≃4.7mπ and its strength of \"\" at T = 0 channel. However, there is a strong isospin dependence of (t1·t2)2 which should be different from the phenomenological σ-meson exchange calculations. Therefore, the medium range attraction of the T = 0 nuclear interaction should be due to the two pion exchange processes, but the T = 1 channel is still an open problem.
Nuclear Potential with Two Pion Exchange
Takehisa Fujita,Naohiro Kanda,Sachiko Oshima
Physics , 2012,
Abstract: We carefully calculate the nucleon-nucleon interaction due to two pion exchange processes by properly evaluating the corresponding Feynman diagrams. In the estimation, we have made no approximation, and instead, we carry out the numerical integrations of three Feynman parameters. It is found that the two pion exchange potential gives rise to the attractive force which corresponds to the effective scalar meson with its mass of $m_s\simeq 4.7 m_\pi$ and its strength of ${g_s^2\over 4\pi}\simeq 1.45 $. There is a strong isospin dependence of $(\bm{\tau}_1\cdot \bm{\tau}_2)^2 $ which cannot be simulated by the one boson exchange model calculations.
A New Relation between Lamb Shift Energies
Hiroaki Kubo,Takehisa Fujita,Naohiro Kanda,Hiroshi Kato,Yasunori Munakata,Sachiko Oshima,Kazuhiro Tsuda
Physics , 2010,
Abstract: We derive a new relation between the observed Lamb shift energies of hydrogen and muonium atoms. The relation is based on the non-relativistic description of the Lamb shift, and the proper treatment of the reduced mass of electron and target particles (proton and muon) leads to the new formula which is expressed as $\displaystyle{{\Delta E^{(H)}_{2s_{1/2}}\over \Delta E^{(\mu)}_{2s_{1/2}}} =({1+{m_e\over m_\mu}\over 1+{m_e\over M_p}})^3}$. This relation achieves an excellent agreement with experiment and presents an important QED test free from the cutoff momentum $\Lambda$.
Lp Polyharmonic Dirichlet Problems in the Upper Half Plane  [PDF]
Kanda Pan
Advances in Pure Mathematics (APM) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/apm.2015.514077
Abstract: In this article, a class of Dirichlet problem with Lp boundary data for poly-harmonic function in the upper half plane is mainly investigated. By introducing a sequence of kernel functions called higher order Poisson kernels and a hierarchy of integral operators called higher order Pompeiu operators, we obtain a main result on integral representation solution as well as the uniqueness of the polyharmonic Dirichlet problem under a certain estimate.
Concept Development and Implementation of Family Care/Caring Theory in Concentric Sphere Family Environment Theory  [PDF]
Naohiro Hohashi, Junko Honda
Open Journal of Nursing (OJN) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ojn.2015.59078
Abstract: Caring is directed toward a variety of things. One of them is thought to be the concept of “family caring” aimed at families. This study attempts to clarify family caring and develop Family Care/ Caring Theory (FCCT), with the aim of implementing it in conjunction with an existing family nursing theory, the Concentric Sphere Family Environment Theory (CSFET). In Japan and in Hong Kong, family ethnography (including formal interviews) was conducted. As a result, the item “family health care nurses and their colleagues” was added to the family external environment of the CSFET. In the family environment, evidence was obtained to the effect that the family system unit is cared for by the nursing professional, and conversely the family system unit cares for the nursing professional, in a circular transaction. Observing the two-dimensional plane formed by the structural distance and functional distance, family caring assumes a structure of concentric circles, and according to transactions, the structural distance and functional distance between the nursing professional and family system unit are gradually approached, and through deepening of mutual trust maintain an appropriate distance. Moreover observing the three-dimensional space-time continuum which is created through addition of the temporal distance, family caring forms a helical structure. As transactions are repeated along the temporal axis, the family system unit’s self-actualization of other individuals and the self-actualization of the nursing professional are realized. Through these processes, a family care/caring relationship is reinforced and established. This is the concept of FCCT. Through future utilization in clinical settings this will be empirically substantiated, and it will be necessary to continue making creative corrections and revisions.
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