Nuclear and Atomic Physics


On a Hypothesis Regarding the Physical Nature of the Weak Interaction

Authors: Peter Bissonnet

This paper attempts, in a non-quantum mechanical way, to determine a plausible scenario for the true physical nature of the weak interaction. Examination of dimensions and calculated values for seemingly unrelated numbers results in values which are surprisingly close and seemingly beyond the confines of coincidence. Equating these numbers and inserting the results into a simplistic model for the weak interaction results in a value close to the experimental Fermi weak interaction constant. The question is asked if there really is a relationship between the weak interaction and the gravitational ‘constant’. It is noted that energy levels, whether nuclear or orbital, are inherent to the atom as a whole and not necessarily to its separate parts. Subsequently, nuclear energy levels can affect orbital electrons, but, alternatively and more specifically, does there exist a reverse process of electron energy levels sending information to the weak interaction for the purpose of exposing a macroscopic variable gravitational constant?

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[v1] 2016-06-28 09:16:12

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