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夢想,追求,挫折和堅持 (中英文對照)

已有 989 次閱讀 2019-6-9 06:27 |個人分類:突破性創新|系統分類:人物紀事

夢想,追求,挫折和堅持

多年以前,作為一個小學生,當我第一次從 小學老師那里 聽到 牛頓和蘋果樹 的 故事時,我很著迷 牛頓  對  為什么  蘋果總是垂直降落到地面 的 現象的  刨根問底。我尤其 好奇 為何 觀察到蘋果垂直降落 能 引導牛頓發現萬有引力。牛頓的名言也給我留下了同樣深刻的印象:我就像一個在海邊玩耍的小男孩,在不停探尋,然后找到一塊較比平常更光滑的鵝卵石或更漂亮的貝殼,而在我面前的是未被探索的真理海洋。"  還有“如果說我看得比別人更遠些,那是因為我站在巨人的肩膀上"。

因此,物理學成為我本科學習的選擇也就不足為奇了。雖然還是一名本科生,但我應用剛剛學到的量子力學的一些基本定律,寫了關于超導機制的第一篇文章。它還包括了一些實驗結果。我的幾位大學老師就這篇文章給我很多鼓勵。我 相信 是 費米面附近 自由電子和空穴的有序耦合運動 導致 超導電性。只有費米面附近自由電子和空穴之間的能隙足夠低并達到一個和材料有關的臨界值時,自由電子和空穴有序耦合運動才有可能發生。并且周圍環境的能量量子(主要是晶格振動的聲子)的能量應該低于這個臨界能隙值,才不致于破壞電子和空穴之間的有序耦合運動,超導才能發生。這篇文章用中文寫成并附有一個簡短的英文摘要; 我嘗試將它投給幾個中文物理期刊,但都被拒稿了。我意識到,身為一個不知名的大學生,不可能挑戰像BCS理論這樣出名的既定理論,甚至只是提出一個不同的理論也很難被接受。

我在農村長大。在中國,農村一般比城市貧窮,其原因是價格剪刀差以支持工業發展。當時對一個農村的家庭來說 資助一個大學生在大都市生活是很艱難的。我在學習期間找機會勤工儉學以減輕家里的負擔,并決定在畢業后立即工作。我的老師推薦我去北京做核能技術研究。從那時起,我一直在核能領域工作,盡管后來因為求學深造和工作機會,我從北京移民到英國 - 牛頓的祖國。

大約三年前,我熱衷于通過分析簡振子(彈簧)模型來更好地理解 材料疲勞行為,并取得了一定進展。在我對彈簧的行為作了較長時間的深入思考后,我突然意識到,現代物理學的基礎理論中可能存在幾個基于 理想近似而導致的盲點(即無質量光子,無摩擦真空和熵的不可逆增加的普適性)。從此我把我周末和假期的大部分時間都用在了 物理基礎理論 的研究上,希望能有機會實現年少時的夢想。去年年初我寫成了關于普朗克常數的第一篇文章和關于哈勃常數的第二篇文章。今年早些時候寫了關于星系運動的第三篇文章. 這三篇文章都源于深入分析彈簧振動模型。從我的理論可以推算出宇宙的運行是永恒的,其演進方向既不是熱寂也不是大撕裂,更不是大坍縮. 宇宙并非起源于一個大爆炸。我嘗試將我的前兩篇論文投稿給十幾種英文期刊,但我的文章一次又一次被拒稿。原因有版面有限,不太適合刊物讀者群體,或是以與愛因斯坦的時空概念及相對論原理沖突為由。如果每個人都被愛因斯坦的時空概念及相對論原理束縛住了頭腦,物理學理論還怎么向前發展?我向幾位物理學教授尋求建議。他們給了我總體來說積極的反饋,其中一人回復說我的文章可能會對物理學基礎理論的發展產生深遠的影響,特別是發現超光子海洋和宇宙能量和質量大循環及動態平衡背后的奧秘。

我在Research Gate和科學網上發表了我的文章,吸引了很多讀者和回饋,得到了很大鼓勵。這些鼓勵支持我這一次不要放棄。您的閱讀和回饋對我來說是極大的支持和鼓勵。然而,這項研究不能很好符合我任職公司的商業利益,因為公司的業務是技術和工程并不涵蓋基礎科學理論研究,盡管基礎理論研究成果最終會有利于新技術和工程的進步。我聯系了曼徹斯特大學,我很感激大學為我提供了一個無薪的訪問職位,以便我能夠使用圖書館和信息資源。

我不在物理學家的圈子里, 作為一個外來者,很難讓我的聲音通過物理學家孰悉的渠道被聽見因而有機會被接受。盡管我經歷了各種困難,我希望能有幸遇到有遠見卓識的朋友,能認同并慷慨支持我的研究方向,以便我能投入更多的時間和精力從事基礎理論及應用研究,同時可以享受正常的休假。

我相信物理和科學的春天已來臨,這體現在發現彈簧振動規律和我們神秘的宇宙運行規律之間的驚人聯系。希望所取得的進展可以激勵更多的朋友加入并共同探索。 有一個寬敞明亮的窗戶已打開,可以為物理學和科學的新研究方向和前沿提供廣闊的機會,隨后而來的,可能會是基礎理論突破在新技術和工程上的廣泛應用。

 

Dream, Pursuit, Setback and Persistence

 

Wenzhong Zhang     

Wenzhongzhang2008@gmail.com

 

One Spring many years ago, as a primary school student, I was fascinated by the story of Newton’s apple when I first heard it from one of my teachers. I was amazed by Newton’s inquisitiveness as to why the apple should always descend perpendicularly to the ground.  Moreover, I was curious about the way in which the falling of the apple had led Newton to the great discovery of gravity. I was equally impressed by his famous sayings: “I seem to have been only like a boy playing on the sea-shore and diverting myself in now and then finding a smoother pebble or a prettier shell than ordinary, whilst the great ocean of truth lay all undiscovered before me.”  and “If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of Giants”.

It was no surprise, then, physics became my subject of choice for undergraduate study. Whilst still an undergraduate, I wrote my first article on the mechanism of superconductivity, using some of the basic laws of quantum mechanics which I had just learnt. It also included some relations based on published experimental findings. I was encouraged by several of my university teachers. I believe that it is the orderly coupling movement of free electrons and holes near the Fermi level, which causes the superconductivity.  Superconductivity can only happen when the energy gap between the free electrons and the holes is low enough, and thus reaches a critical value to enable the orderly coupling. The energy quanta from the surroundings (mainly phonons) should be low enough hence not to break the orderly coupling. The article is in Chinese with a short abstract in English; I had tried to submit it to several journals but all of them rejected it. I realized that it is impossible to challenge an established theory as famous as the BCS theory, or even simply to propose an alternative one as a University student.

I grew up in the countryside. The countryside was generally much poorer than the city in China, the reason being famously known as “price scissors” to support the industrialization. It was tough for a family in the countryside to support a university student living in a large city. I tried to earn money to support myself while studying and decided to find a job immediately after graduation. My teachers recommended that I go to Beijing to do research on nuclear energy technologies. Since then I have remained in the nuclear sector, although I moved from Beijing to the UK—Isaac Newton’s Country, first studying under a scholarship then working.

About three years ago, I was keen to develop a better understanding of material fatigue through analysing a simple oscillator (a spring) model.  A little progress had been made. Whilst I contemplated the behaviour of a spring, I suddenly realized that three blind spots from ideal approximations might exist inside the foundation theories of modern physics. I devoted most of my weekends and holidays to this research, in the hope of advancing the foundation theories of physics and thus realizing the dream of my youth. Last year I wrote my first article about the Planck constant 4 and a second article about the Hubble constant 5,6.  Early this year I wrote the third article about the rotation of galaxies 3. All my articles stemmed from analysing the behaviours of the oscillating of springs. A conclusion can be drawn is that the destiny of the universe is for Eternity, it is neither for Heat Death nor for Big Rip nor for Big Crunch. It seems that the birth of the Universe is not from a Big Bang as well.

I attempted to submit my first two articles to a dozen journals, however, my articles were rejected again and again. The main reason is conflicting with Einstein’s relativities. If everyone is confined by Einstein’s relativities, how can the foundation theories of physics be developed further? I sought advice from several professors in physics. They gave me relatively positive feedback and one of them even replied that the theory might have a profound influence on the development of foundation theories of physics, especially the discovery of the ocean of Super photon and the mysteries behind the dynamic equilibrium of energy and mass circulation.  

I posted my articles on Research Gate as preprints, which attracted many readers and a lot of kind encouragement. All this encouragement supported me in my determination not to give up this time. Your reading and recommendation are great support and encouragement for me.

However, this research is not aligned well to my company’s commercial interest in technology and engineering, although it may indeed eventually benefit the advancement of new technology and engineering. I contacted The University of Manchester and I am grateful that the university offered me an unpaid Visiting Staff position for one year to enable me to use the library and information resources.

I am not in the circle of physicists; it is hard to make my voice heard through a general way. Despite the various hardships that I have endured, I remain hopeful that the value of my work may be recognized by friends with great insights, and I may obtain generous support to enable me to devote more time and effort to this research direction, meanwhile I may have proper holidays. There are so many exciting opportunities ahead in this research direction.

I believe that the Spring of physics and science is coming. This has manifested from the discovery of the amazing links between oscillating springs and our mysterious universe 3-6 and the strong challenges towards the mainstream of modern physics3-8 to develop a new paradigm overcoming the shortcomings of Einstein’s relativities. I hope that the progress made may inspire more friends to join and explore further together. There is a wide and bright window, which is open for vast opportunities of new research directions and frontiers in physics and science, and in turn, many opportunities for technology and engineering are likely to follow.

 

References

1.  https://www.researchgate.net/publication/333184690

2.  https://www.researchgate.net/publication/331305332

3.      https://www.researchgate.net/publication/332253104

4.      https://www.researchgate.net/publication/330638885

5.      https://www.researchgate.net/publication/328049503

6.      https://www.researchgate.net/publication/327321921

7.      https://www.preprints.org/manuscript/201703.0115/v1

8.      https://www.ifi.unicamp.br/~assis/Hubbles-cosmology(2009).pdf




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