Calculating Rates in Magnetic Moments to Predict Period Interaction Between a Fermion and the Zero-Point Field
First we must identify the net magnetization as the sum of individual magnetic moments ,
The magnetic moment is a magnitude of the constant expression of . If these equations where pertaining to a spinor field \psi (or simply an electron) then the electron in a certain magnitude of magnetic moments act like a clock to potentially absorb a photon at an energy of  from the ZPF (zero-point field) which would imply an interaction term. Using the algebra of a limiting vector on the classical vector component then we would find the upper bound at the squared value of .