Submissions from C. B. Costa

[1]  faKiv:1912.08433 [pdf]
The quantum electron
Comments: 12 pages, no figure. arXiv admin note: text overlap with arXiv:1608.07213, arXiv:1608.07213

We demonstrate that the quantum electron has a critical component which is associated with a transition between two configurations which are independent of the number of electrons. In the two-particle model we show that the transition occurs in the absence of the spinor particles and consequently the electron has a non-perturbative origin. We show that the transition arises from the spinor particles and the quantum matter.

[2]  faKiv:1912.08690 [pdf]
Holographic theory of high density states
Comments: 4 pages. To appear in: "Volume of the Journal: 2018", March 1 - 3, 2018

We study the holographic theory of high density states by considering the holographic duality between two classical states of one dimension: two topological states of one dimension, which are related by an angle of derivation $D_1$ from the other state of two dimensions. We use this result to construct a generalized holographic duality, which is the holographic duality between two states of two dimensions in terms of the holographic duality between two states of two dimensions in terms of the holographic duality between two states of two dimensions. This generalized holographic duality is shown to be a holographic duality between two states of two dimensions in terms of the holographic duality between two states of two dimensions. As a consequence of this generalized holographic duality, we can rewrite the standard S-matrix as a holographic duality between two states of two dimensions in terms of the holographic duality between two states of two dimensions. This holographic duality between two states of two dimensions is equivalent to a holographic duality between two states of two dimensions in terms of the holographic duality between two states of two dimensions.