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The main paper is a small thesis based on the first work of Albert Einstein on the electrodynamics of the moving bodies. Its historical value is undeniable, but for nowadays Physics it can be studied
for conclusions which go deeper in some reasonings with a great respect for the
underlying ideas of Einstein. The paper sets down an equation of continuity of time, at least at the Planck's scale. Using new thermodynamics tools and a principle of reciprocity of an interaction which result is a force (electromagnetic for instance), the paper also sets down the state equation of an elementary particle of matter. A set of equations bases, on the interacting matter state equation, a new approach of the spin number of elementary particles by a graphic representation, especially of electrons and positrons. The paper shows how to use the state equation to reach a new kind of perturbation theory which is based on two orders infered from algebraic calculations and unusual physical reasonings. For a higher coherence of this perturbation theory, rules are identified and an interpretation is given. Generally the interpretation is considered as a puzzle, so if you decide to download and read the paper, you should also download the short presentation which is proposed with the main paper on this page. The explicit conclusions of the founding paper are: - an electron which is accelerated becomes positive and has to exchange gravitons with its environment, essentially the closest planets (stars), in order to get its negative charge back. But as it is sometimes surrounded by other particles of matter, this surrouding matter makes up a screen which isolates the studied electron from the closest planets (stars), even if that matter gives also gravitons, but less than the electron would receive from the closest planet "alone". - the law of Lenz can be explained by the previous phenomenon. The Law of Lenz can be expressed the following way: the effects induced by a variation in magnetic field go against the causes which give birth to them. As a generalization it is possible to write it in another way: the effects induced go against the causes which give birth to them; and this way permits to set down a new analysis of inertia which always offer resistance to any acceleration although this acceleration gives birth to the inertia of the object it accelerates. The difficulty of the previous reasoning is to find a system of reference and is so the same as the one we found to describe the law of Lenz. The previous statement in bold can also be applied in social and economic sciences: inertia can also qualify administrations, which obey to heavy rules, or a market on which standards are opposed to emerging products. In engineering, the statement appears through the resistance to change behaviours... |

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Emmanuel Chauvet, "A new Approach to Particles Interactions With Bosons Through Thermodynamics and
Mechanics Arguments - Explanation of the Law of Lenz", International Journal of Computing Anticipatory Systems, volume 16, pp 95-105, 2004. ISSN 1373-5411 ISBN 2-9303296-02-4 |

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