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 vortex atom made of ether

In a past article, I have introduced a new atomic model. Its main characteristic is that the atom is completely made of ether. The electron is a spherical wave that moves around the nucleus and is made of oscillating etherons arranged all around the nucleus. In that article I was assuming the nucleus, the positive charge inside the atom owes its positive charge to an abundance of etherons in respect of the average quantity of[…]

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Electrons: a new insight

Electrons: with this article, I will consciously move on to a theme which was not, till now, correctly dealt with. It will be certainly a difficult subject to touch, but once it will be opened, it promises to achieve many great results. As a consequence of the reintroduction of such an old concept as the ether, a super-fluid that is filling all the space, I’ll have to review the fundamentals of the physics and chemistry,[…]

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How the ether vortex is formed

There’s a vortex of ether that, rotating around the Earth, moves the sun, the moon and the planets. There is also a secondary vertical wind. It is the one constituting the gravity force. Such vortexes, however, do not ¬†move the dome. This gets clear when you consider the speed of the dome and you compare it with the speed of the vortexes. The dome rotates faster than that speed, one degree per day, without considering[…]

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