3.5. Unified theory of field
The Hitherto presented results of our considerations should be used to form of foundations for the unified theory of field. Let us take the equation (3.20)
When we shall substitue this general equation with
a) m=me, Wcurr=eUstill, v - velocity of the electron in atom, we get total energy of the electromagnetic field in the atom
b) e.g. m=k.me, Wcurr - contemporary, current energies of particles, v - velocity of electron in neutron (or of the subparticle in the particle), we get total energy of the nuclear field (or elementary particles respectively)
c) m=me, , mr, Wcurr - contemporary, current energies of leptons, v - velocity of lepton subparticles in the particle, we get total energy of the lepton field
d) m=M (the mass of the Sun, the Earth, planets, rockets, etc.), Wcurr - contemporary energies of planets circulated around the central body or the centre of the galaxy respectively, v - velocity of circulation the planets (the average) around the central body. We get the total energy of the gravitational field.