Nuclear and Atomic Physics


MC Physics - Fundamental Force Unification using Mono-Charges

Authors: Kenneth D. Oglesby

MC Physics- Fundamental Force Unification using Mono-Charges Quantization of basic elemental electrostatic charge occurred in the earliest Universe which created an uneven distribution of mono-charges (MCs) by charge type and charge strength. Mono-charges form all matter and cause all force in the Universe. Charge strength provides the inertial mass of all MCs and, therefore, of all matter. All force (electro-static, magnetic, strong nuclear, weak nuclear and gravity) is electro-static in nature and is instantly and continuously applied only between mono-charges. All force (as well as MC/ matter / mass and Space) is modified by movement in Space (dS/dT), especially at high relativistic velocities. Magnetic poles and force are caused by moving mono-charges, indicating a link between magnetism, inertia and relativity- all resistances to spatial or velocity change. Magnetic force acts only on magnetic poles, i.e. moving MCs. Following the F-SCoTt matter formation processes, modified Coulomb’s Law and modified Newton’s Laws, cooling of the ultra-high kinetic energy early Universe allowed progressively weaker force bondings of quantized MCs to stably form particles- starting with quarks> protons> nuclei> electrons> neutrinos> and lastly forming photons of light. From their joining processes, all particles have internal movements (rotation, vibrations, wobble) that cause variations (oscillations, vibrations) in their projected forces, causing temporary charge imbalances and excess weaker MC joinings. Such movements cause stronger MCs to have a more focused force projection source vectors than weaker MCs which have a collective fuzzy collective force projection source from (mostly) neutralized matter. This is the most likely cause of attraction force to be slightly stronger than repel forces for masses, i.e. causing gravitational force.

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