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Subject: Re: New Scientist article: Anti-gravity research on the rise
>Subject: Re: New Scientist article: Anti-gravity research on the rise
>From: Charles Cagle email@example.com
>The same physics that allows the formation of nuclei with multiple
>protons is the same physics from which the gravitational anisotropy of
>stars emerges. It is the same physics which correctly demotes
>Coulomb's law to the status of a 'special case'. Unfortunately for the
>mainstream run of the mill modern so-called physicist it has the
>advantage of being true while eliminating both GR and the 'strong
>force' and all the accouterments of the 'standard model' like quarks,
>color, charm, gluons, strangeness, etc. which have arisen out of the
>inventive minds of pathological liars.
I think I might agree with you. The notion that protons are together in a
nucleas atom model does violate universal law of like charges so the theory can
be discarded failing on it's own merits and is not consistant with what is
Attempts to patch the theory by
conjuring up a weak or strong nuclear glue (gluons in partical theory) of vague
strong or weak force character does ring of hocus pocus without the ring of
Seems Neils Bohr should have taken Einstein's recommendation to go back to
Rutherford's gold foil experiment and th basic research and create an dynamic
atom model to account for the scattereing effect consistant with known law
elimintaing the proton neutron nucleas.
Of course Bohr refused for ego reasons to abandon his theory and today it
remains unfinished, inviolation of law and incompete lacking a gravitational
component so many people are just stuck with the popular bad theory lacking a
better atom model theory.
It is universal law to the best of my knoledge all mass is in motion any where
at any time anywhere in the
universe so that would include inside any real world atom of credible atom
model so all mass motion as has been observed
is taught as Universal Law for hundreds of years. A theory contridicting it
must be proven.
For a good refererence and well documented on line book complete with book
reviews and bibliography see
The Case Against the Nuclear Atom
>From jiggly spec atom model theory also observed in many later experiments of
"Everything is made up of tiny jiggly specs"(1) These are called molecules.
Molecules are are made from individual atoms considered basic elements like
gold and radium and iron.(1)
(1)Mae and Doctor Ira Freeman, The Story of the Atom (c)1960. Illustration
(jiggly specks) above by Rene Martin. Ira was a Professor of physics Rudgers
University. Mae is the author of a biography of Albert Einstein for boys and
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