Neutrons

Post N. 120 Protons stay at the very heart of the atoms. Moreover, there is a force keeping united the protons in the nucleus of the atom. Science states that protons are not the ultimate particle of the matter but that there are inside smaller particles called quarks. The proton, in itself, does not exist in nature. In chemistry, the term proton is often used to describe a hydrogen ion in water solution. The mass[…]

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The strong nuclear force

Post N. 118 This time I want to speak about the strong nuclear interaction. This is a force commonly reckoned among the four fundamental interactions in particle physics. It goes hands in hands with electromagnetism, weak interaction, and gravitation. It is the force that holds most ordinary matter together and binds neutrons and protons to create the atomic nuclei. The strong force field energy stays on the basis of most of the mass of a[…]

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The structure inside the atom

Post N. 116 The structure inside the atom: this is something I have to understand. The atom is made of a vortex of ether with a non-uniform distribution of etherons. Vortexes are able to do such things. The electron is given by an abundance of etherons while the proton is a scarcity of electrons. Abundance and scarcity are referred to the average distribution of etherons in the space. Mass particles are behaving like waves From[…]

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Electric and magnetic field over a Flat Earth

The idea I’m trying to introduce is that of an electric field intended as a deformation of the ether. Many thinkers tried to give a unifying explanation for all the existing things. It is the idea that everything physical is made of the same basic substance. The concept holds up well under modern science.¬†Plato introduced Chora as a principle endowed with receptacle like properties. Aristotle did the same with his Hyle, indefinite matter that receives[…]

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Charge in the ether

Atom means a vortex of ether. This statement will have many surprising consequences. The vortex movement produces a non-uniform concentration of etherons in the space. Any abundance of etherons produces a negative charge, while scarcity engenders a positive charge. A model by Paul Laviolette At first, at least, I have to be remindful of another theory. By now I have to keep it, its elimination being impossible. Further investigations will help to better understand. The[…]

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