The Spinning Particle Model

The Classic Model
of the Electron
The Spinning Particle Model of the Electron
Some Predictions
of this model are:
Explaining the Questions raised by the Classical Model
Negative charges
Attracting each other
Graphical Particle Collision Solver
Particle & Wave Behavior
Tunnel Effect
Spin Polarized Tunnelling (Giant Magnetoresistance)
Theory of Radiation
Gyromagnetic Ratio g=2
Measuring the Size
of the Electron
The Hydrogen Atom Model
Relativity: Time and Spedd
A brief summary
of the ideas exposed
Discussion Forum
Annex 1:
Calculating the Spin
   The Spinning Particle Model

 Theory of Radiation

The classical theory of radiation tells us that a particle emits radiation whenever it is accelerated. But in our model the CC is constantly moving in a circular motion and thus it is always accelerated. This means that it is the acceleration of the CM the one that matters regarding radiation.
The theory of radiation has to be rewritten.
Our free particle conserves its kinetic energy but its CC is accelerated, so that no radiation has to be associated to an accelerated CC moving at the speed of light whenever the CM is moving at constant velocity.
The electron cannot decrease its CM velocity spontaneously. Just consider the analysis by the CM observer. A free electron cannot emit radiation.
Radiation has to arise whenever the CM is accelerated and its velocity decreases, so that we need both, an external accelerating force or impulse and a decrease of the CM velocity.
M. Rivas