Nuclear and Atomic Physics

   

New Theories of Gravitation and Particle Model

Authors: Chongxi Yu

Every matter is moving in very high speed because the Milky Way’s speed relative to CMB rest frame is 552km/s, 0.18% of light speed. When matter moves, there may be the lag of gluons, photons, mesons, protons, and neutrons, in exact words, the lag of c-particles, A particle and their anti particles, which makes bonding of nucleons weaker and exposes more nuclear forces, and results in stronger residual forces of bonding forces between particles. Gravitation, then, may be the residual force of the bonding force between particles. Three color particles and a A particle and their antiparticles (total 8 particles) make all current “elementary particles”. Surprisingly, we can draw photons, gluons, electrons, quarks, mesons, bosons and any current “elementary particles” from these particles just like drawing chemical structures. These structures can show how an electron and a positron annihilate to photons, how proton absorb electron to form neutron, and how fission and fusion happen. It can explain almost every question around elementary particles. According to this model, there may be only one force which comes from c-particles orbit A particle and anti c-particles orbit anti A particle and a side product, the electromagnetic force, due to the asymmetry of c-particles and anti c-particles.

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[v1] 2016-03-26 02:28:50
[v2] 2016-03-28 22:23:05
[v3] 2016-04-10 22:00:18
[v4] 2017-02-17 02:28:06

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