Gravitation by very small C particles of 0.433 x 10 -50 kg
The author advices us to study ever smaller particles, rather than trying to discover bigger and bigger particles (like the Higgs boson) with ever costlier colliders.Gratis verzending
The author advices us to study ever smaller particles, rather than trying to discover bigger and bigger particles (like the Higgs boson) with ever costlier colliders. His research has produced evidence for a rapid creation of the photon like particles ’A (acon) from the quantum mechanical VOID, followed by a rearranging of 24 ’A’s in a circle, designated as ’B (belton). Four beltons, arranged into a cross, form the photon like ’C (cosmon). He shows that particles with a gravitational mass continuously create ’C, producing a gas like medium, called “’C gasoid”, which carries the properties of gravitation. This sequence of the pedigree is continuously repeated. 24 ’C’s in a circle form a ’D (discon). Four ’D’s in a cross form the photon like ’E (elon) with a mass of 20.81 × 10–40 kg. This can be written as follows: VOID⇒’A →’B →’C →’D →’E →’_ →’G
The ’E’s and the ’G’s produce: the ’E gasoid and the ’G gasoid, which carry the properties of electrostatic forces and magnetic forces, respectively. The photon ’G (gason) has a mass of 13190000 × 10ˉ4⁰ kg during its _flight. New fundamental formulas about the structures of neutron and proton have emerged.
|Auteur||Reinier van Meerten|
Reinier Van Meerten received his Ph.D. from Radboud University in Nijmegen, in 1966.
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- Reinier J. van Meerten