A Riemannian Geometric Theory of Fields
Regarding the Role of Particles

Deutscher Index
Translation of the German index, for different content

Seeing the headline, one will suspect a criticism of quantum mechanics. That is not intended. If the text looks like such criticism, then it is a consequence from all insights and results.
These investigations should rather be a way to get around consequences from the assumption of matter sources in field physics. The alternative proposal consists in the renunciation of sources and in the acknowledgment of integration constants as sole "origin" of non-zero fields. Mathematics gives good reasons for this proposal with the Bianchi identities. But also physical reasons are instanced. This proposal is supported by numbers of particles which are to see from numerical simulations according to the Einstein-Maxwell equations. First imperfect tries show these numbers still with wider tolerances than usual in the standard model. However, these numbers are mutually conditional. - In addition, it is possible to depict the masses of particles and nuclei alone. These results break the alleged limits of the theory of relativity.

Theses on the Geometric Theory of Fields, like a presentation.

Geometric Theory of Fields in brief. An ASCII text.

Obsolete but partly appropriable works

Report on Numerical Simulations (DjVu, 2.4MB)
The same as jpeg pages (3MB for download)
a German-language Textbook (DjVu, 5.5MB)
The same as jpeg pages (7MB for download)

Brief outline of old results,
as list, as ASCII diagrams, with reference values.

Linux programs for processors with 80bit and 128bit floating point registers

Robust Results from Numerical Simulations, three-dimensionally visualized.
Nobody more can call them ``Wunschdenken'' (wishful thinking).
robust.tar.gz (1.3 MB for download, to open under all familiar OS)
robust.tar.bz2 (750 kB for download)
Examples (finished pictures)

Works published in Progress in Physics

The key article on Geometric theory of fields. (Precursor)
``Justifying'' the decisive step.
Geometry of Space-Time
A derivation of Planck's constant in terms of classical fields
Little remarks on black hole stuff
An example how false assumptions arise - a little correction (preprint)

The geometric theory of fields involves also a well supported global solution (possibly known but refused to believe).
Published by Canadian Center of Science and Education (individual print).

Algorithm of Nature (preprint).
That is no new math but an algorithm to numerically solve continuous equations. As well, the theory is not quantized. A kind of eigenvalues is detected, which issue from geometric limits. These eigenvalues correlate with quantities of known particles.
See also viXra:1411.0509

Quantum Particle Diffraction by a Classical Method
authored together with Horst Eckardt.
Horst's Fortran code

An offer for peace.

Two summarizing papers with emphasis to the consequences:
Geometric Theory of Fields Insights and Consequences.
Refused by "Annalen der Physik".
Geometric Theory of Fields what it means
(submitted version).
Published by International Journal of Modern Theoretical Physics.

Stuff regarding masses of nuclei and particles in general
Masses of nuclei constituted from a geometric theory of fields
A particle & nucleus mass howto
(submitted version).
Published by International Journal of Knowledge Based Computer Systems

On a Numerical Method of Solving Physical Problems
(with Horst Eckardt). See also viXra:1505.0232
The set of particle characteristics is revealed to be comparable with Julia or Mandelbrot sets.
Prediction of supposed neutrino masses.

Geometric theory of fields as brief as possible:

One can easily understand this relativity stuff purely geometrically (if he/she likes it):
Each body describes a time-like curve in the space-time. All fields (in vacuo) are parameters of this curve. Gravitation and accelerated motion are the relevant parts of the curvature vector, and electromagnetism is performed by a special pair of dual surfaces accompanying the curve, see

U.E. Bruchholz: Geometry of Space-Time, Progress in Physics, 5 (4), 2009, 65-66,
see also
U.E. Bruchholz: Key Notes on a Geometric Theory of Fields, Progress in Physics, 5 (2), 2009, 107-113,

Even more: Also the quantum phenomena can be understood by the geometry. The particle parameters with their discrete values follow from the (known !) equations of this geometry, the Einstein-Maxwell equations. As well, we have to consider the chaotic behaviour of the geometric equations.
You can see that all in my book

Ulrich Bruchholz: Quanta and Particles as Necessary Consequence
of General Relativity. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2017,
ISBN 978-620-2-07669-2.

The Quintessence of the Geometric Theory of Fields
See also viXra:1904.0328