Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
June 29, 2013
Under the action of ethereal pressure protons that have to be of spherical form can press themselves one to other creating formations of 2 or more units, the forces of this mutual pressing being scientifically named as forces of strong interaction. The said formations under the action of contacting them ethereal particles rotate around their centers of mass, and this rotation has been scientifically named as spin. Formations of two mutually pressed protons depending on in what plane there occur their rotation can form either a) a hydrogen molecule, if the rotation occurs in a plane going through the contact point of the protons and is perpendicular to the straight‐line segment connecting their centers, or b) a deuterium nucleus, if it rotates in a plane that contains the said straight‐line segment. Formations of 3 and more protons rotate in planes that contain all the centers of these protons. ...