There will be a series of articles about a new tool I have discovered. This actually allows us to grasp the quantum equations. After many trials I realized that it is impossible to describe the complicated formulas in just one equation. So, I developed a design tool that greatly simplifies complicated quantum mechanics. It comprises a couple of important ideas.

The third step is to do two scans of the universal equation at each integral point of the complex plane. One scan is done with a Real Vector (Real part positive, Imaginary part equals 0), and another scan with an Imaginary Vector (Imaginary part negative and Real part equals 0). These two vectors are substituted separately into the main equation, giving real and imaginary scans. Then the results are added together to form a sum that contains vector magnitude (i.e., magnetic moment vector) and mixing (oscillation angle) among other things (in polar and rectangular form).

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The following two articles will deal with the G-Factor of Quarks and Neutrinos. G factor of a magnetic force – 'A g factor (also called g value) is a dimensionless quantity that characterizes the magnetic moment and the angular momentum of an atom, a particle or the nucleus.' If you are interested you can find out more at Wikipedia’s link here:

The second step in the explanation of ‘how we got here' is the General Formula for Mixing Angles and associated with them vector magnitudes. This Universal Equation works with any number /real, complex, integer, etc./ I will start with a simple 'Integer Formula' to calculate the exact value of the Fine Structure Constant, alpha. The Nagoya University Team from Japan had the closest value in 2012, mine was calculated in 2017, and the official value of the Fine Structure Constant, alpha, is getting closer to my number every year.

Before the General Formula is derived in the following books, here is a short description of formulae for particular constants.

Because the whole formula is too long to put together in one piece, it must be split into parts for a clearer understanding.

After many tests on different possibilities, the experimental results are as follows.