Possible hidden symmetry in time
In this article, we will introduce the need for symmetry between a possible positive hidden variable in time, [E. Brodet, Phys. Essays 23, 613 (2010)], and a negative hidden variable in time, , in the context of a complete deterministic explanation of the decay time process of an unstable particle such as a muon. As discussed by Brodet [Phys. Essays 23, 613 (2010)], it is possible that behind each decay time value, of unstable particles such as muons, STANDS a hidden variable in time, . The possible link between and the muon's Breit‐Wigner distribution and to its uncertainty in time was discussed [E. Brodet, Prog. Phys. 12, 231 (2016)], and subsequently, it was argued that each may be related to two masses and according to the Breit‐Wigner shape. The above suggestion still leaves the muon decay process not completely deterministic as particles that share the same may have two different masses and . Therefore, in order to explain the muon's decay process in a complete deterministic way, it would be possible to suggest a symmetry between and which share the same measured decay time, , and describe the muon decay time distribution using a distribution of values with positive or negative signs. This is where may correspond to and may correspond to . It will be discussed how the above symmetry may be generalized and be related to the absolute position of a particle as given in Brodet [Appl. Phys. Res. 9, 65 (2017)] and consequently to the energy and momentum of a particle and to its internal properties such as spin and charge. A possible experimental way to identify the above symmetry is discussed.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 07 December 2017
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