Atoms – Part 2

 

Electrons are the only elementary particles but never been used for this reason.

Protons are created in the end-of-life stars and merged to transform them into atoms

Keywords: atom, molecule, matter, proton, neutron.

Atom Part I, published on January 17, 2018

In the first part of this theoretical study of atoms, we have told the main lines. We must now give further explanations.
The électtron

Since the beginning of the twentieth century, atoms are described as consisting of a nucleus surrounded by a cloud of electrons or a few well-ordered. This has led physicists to give mathematical meaning to electrons without studying all the consequences.

After Maxwell, who invented the fields, – incomprehensible in volumes of space or material without limits or boundaries – and electromagnetism, all the theoretical studies have been ‘mathematized’ with, for example, the use of various forces that no one has ever found, neither free nor related to elements. Mathematical physicists have also invented quantum mechanics and antimatter that have no reason to exist.

Fortunately, technicians and scientists are collecting information about electrons or their reactions to the environment.

They can help create the general theory that all scientists need.
The Atoms

For Electronism, they are made like all other electron compounds under special conditions.

They form practically all the matter of our planet and probably all the other objects of space.

We know that all electrons binding (see Chapter II) creates a reduction in their volume and a risk of vacuum in space. This emptiness being impossible, there is instantaneous reaction of the entropy of the ether and at the same time of all the systems which could be determined.

This entropy leads to the following events:

1) gravity, which would be the attraction of the possible emptiness;

2) an increase in thermic agitation, the new compound with a larger surface creating the stronger possibility of free electron contacts or already object components;

3) movements, « negatives » first, then

4- rays, that is to say movements of matter towards the outside, « containing » quanta, that is to say, always equal quantities of free matter and objects and electrons, existing in the immediate space of the event.

This is what we called the quantum effect.

We studied these phenomena in chapters III and IV of the essay and various blog articles.

For a determined event, all the rays must are similar. The event can occur anywhere and the quanta of the rays are then adapted. In the almost empty space the rays are almost empty, in the normal matter they copy this matter and in the stars with a thermic stirring door the rays contain quanta of compounds including a large number of electrons. These are the ones we are interested in now.

When created, the rays move at the same speed everywhere and encounter objects and can be absorbed according to their environment.

In the zones of the stars with strong or very strong thermic agitation, they are absorbed immediately or almost and can be absorbed immediately, reproducing immediately and instantly, several times, the same process seen forming masses of matter corresponding to the quanta of the rays, except interventions by chance.

We arrived on a huge area of ​​research for teacherq and student without math (or almost), in the stars, nebulae and objects of our solar system.

These could be the following issues and phenomena: s

-Why is the proton limited to about 1850 electrons?

-Why do protons fuse togethr?

-atome varied and exotic,

-Why neutrons?

– triggering the death of the stars?

-creation of new events at nebulae

-particularly the creation of radioactive materials,

-Etc.

And especially, on our planet, is it necessary to resume the problems of chemistry and another use of molecules and atoms and to create new ones?

© Philippe Dardel, January 28, 2018

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