A Mathematical Analysis of the
Atom’s Power Requirements needed
to Drive Light/Photons or a Chain Reaction
April 19, 2009
[This latest version defines the need for a continuous -
Strong Dual Purpose (N/S pole) Atomic Force Field]
Strike a match – ageless atoms push
light/photons going off in all directions.
Where is the atom’s power coming from?
No fourteen billion year old batteries found.
Expanded excerpt from my presentation at:
Midwest Relativity Meeting U. of Notre Dame 2008
To be presented at the American Physical Society
in Denver on May 4, 2009
1st consideration – ageless atoms
We are currently at the end of the 3rd generation experiment – the Super-Kamiokande study that finds no breakdown of the atom’s proton heart meaning that the life of an atom is beyond calculation – ageless.
Basic atom components – electrons, neutrons, and protons.
2nd consideration – activation of light/photons
Strike a match, instantaneously light/photons fly in all directions at 186, 282 miles per second, without acceleration.
3rd consideration – attracting electrostatic force
The proton is positively charged – the electron is negative, creating a very strong attraction which is overcome in the atom by some very strong [unnamed] force. [See 5th below.] This condition has existed since the atom’s creation some 14+ billion years ago.
4th consideration – force confining protons and neutrons
The nucleus of the atom, comprised of protons and neutrons, is confined by the strong atomic force, a million times stronger than the atom’s hold on its electrons, which is released during a chain reaction. Consider the power released from just a few atoms during the detonation of an atomic device.
5th consideration – Strong Dual Purpose Atomic Force
Like the N/S poles of a magnet the strong force surrounding and confining the nucleus exerts an equal force driving apart the electron away from the attraction of the positively charged protons in the nucleus – the mechanics for the “wavelike nature” of the electron.
This then accounts for the ease of electron manipulation in that the electron is already pushed away from the very strong attraction of the positively charged proton heart and drives those photons when I “strike a match.”
The strong force now can be described as a hollow golf ball, surrounding the nucleus. The inside is positively charged compressing the protons, while the outer skin is negatively charged driving away those electrons out away from the strongest hold of the electrostatic force, thereby allowing for very easy manipulation so that when I “strike a match,” light/photons exit at the speed of light.
6th consideration – forces active in the atom
Protons vs. Protons
never quit repelling each other.!
Strong Atomic Forces with N/S Pole effect
never quits corralling protons.!
Electrons keep circling to merge with protons
they never quit their advances.!
Strong Atomic Forces - pushing electrons away,
never quit this driving force.!
Forces active in Atom are like Magnets :
and always working.
7th consideration – unchanging atomic mass
All formulations and experiments currently rely upon exact quantities and qualities to create uniform results based upon unchanging atomic mass indicating that there is no battery degradation taking place.
8th consideration – atoms highest power output
In the above “strike a match” demonstration the power released is minor but in a nuclear chain reaction the power is fantastic compared to the mass involved.
9th consideration – power source
These ageless atom’s electron requirements needed to drive light/photons or released during a chain reaction require a power source - a basic fundamental property. This paper is basic science.
Basic Science seeks solutions to a wide variety of scientific challenges. Argonne (ANL)[one of ten National Laboratories working on basic science] is at the cutting edge in the evolving nanoscience revolution and in understanding the fundamental properties of space, time and matter.
10th consideration – Thermodynamics
Everything runs down without a continuing power supply.
11th consideration – the atomic bomb works
None of anyone’s theories could describe the actual event – only described with replicable physics.
12th consideration – electromagnetic frequency range
Currently we can detect the electromagnetic frequencies from the low radio waves to our current upper limit being that of gamma rays. Perhaps with improved technology we may go beyond this range into very high frequencies above gamma rays.
13th consideration – Tesla’s wireless power
Tesla’s wireless transmission of power requires a supply and a receiver. I suggest that for this analysis there is something in the atom that acts as a receiver for a very high frequency power that drives the atom.
The Mathematical Analysis of the Atom’s Power
Ageless atom’s electron requirements, used to drive light/photons without batteries, [noted by the unchanging atomic weight, number, mass, etc.] must be supplied from a huge, external, super high frequency, super-cooled source, undetected by current technology, one that could exist 14+ billion years without degradation.
Recognizing the control of the 2nd law of thermodynamics and the electrostatic force, one must conclude that the very high power input to the atom must be continuous for these last fourteen billion years – that [previous to this paper, unnamed force] is now called the Strong, Dual-Purpose Atomic force using a N/S pole aspect.
Considering that the greatest atom’s output, up to now, is found in the nuclear chain reaction; that power must become the lower limit of the atom’s continuous energy requirements.
So then, the computation of power transmitted directed into the atom must equal or exceed mc2 so to provide the energy required by the atom’s components continuously for 14+ billion years to keep active all the forces found therein.
14th consideration – Non-Degradation of Power
Considering all of the above, to compute the power requirements for all the atoms in our Universe, to continue for the last 14 billion years, if we consider our Universe to be the size of a drop of water – that drop would require an ocean of super-energy filled space larger than our visible Universe in order to deliver mc2 power to all the atoms continuously.
15th consideration – creation of matter at Stanford
In 1997, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center [SLAC] reported that they smashed huge amounts of light energy and created a tiny amount of matter proving that Einstein’s equation E = mc2 is replicable in both directions.
Finally - Creation of Atoms – Big Bang
With so much super-energy filled space, as required for all our atom’s up-to-now unnamed requirements, or E = mc2 , this analysis finds that – The Super-energy filled Space to be the source of the explosive Big Bang’s energy requirements converting energy into matter.
Space expansion explained with replicable physics:
Cosmology requires the CMB Anomaly:
“Big Bang Fuel Discovered and Demonstrated”
Expanded excerpt from my presentation at:
Midwest Relativity Meeting October 24-25, 2008
Center for Astrophysics
University of Notre Dame
Sven’s abstract on page 13 of the following link:
To be presented at the American Physical Society in Denver on May 4, 2009 See:
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T8.00008: Big Bang Fuel Discovered and Demonstrated
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original version - November 1, 2008