The Gyric Theory: a Classical Field Theory for Spin.
Abstract
The author derives a classical field theory for spin "charges" (the Gyric theory). The thirdrank elements of K. R. Greider's multiranked conserved current for this Clifford algebra solutions to the Dirac equation act as the source current for Gyric theory in the same manner as F. G. Morris showed the scalar and firstrank elements lead to electromagnetism and linear gravitation theories respectively. The Gyric theory is written in the same C(3,1)otimesC(3,1) Clifford algebra as Morris used for gravitation. Experimental evidence suggests that gyric interactions are classical analogs for weak interactions. The analog is intuitively useful in the initial constructs of a theory encompassing electromagnetic, gravitational, and gyric forces. This encompassing theory compares more favorably than the Gyric theory to the standard model for electroweak interactions.
 Publication:

Ph.D. Thesis
 Pub Date:
 September 1992
 Bibcode:
 1992PhDT........63D
 Keywords:

 Physics: Elementary Particles and High Energy