Condensed Matter

   

Origin of Mass and a Unified Theory for Four Fundamental Forces in Nature

Authors: Gokaran Shukla

Atoms have the stationary orbits. Our solar-system also have the stationary orbits. Question arises that is there any similarity between atoms and our solar system? If yes then how do we know that? Can we prove it using some very fundamental rules which nature follows? Also, can we prove that what is the origin of mass? Can we provide one lines of thought and unified all forces (including the four fundamental forces) in nature? In this paper we will discuss about the origin of stationary orbits in an atom, origin of mass and origin of all forces (including the four fundamental forces namel;, gravitational, electrical, magnetic and nuclear force) in nature. We shall use Max Planck black-body idea, Brillouin zones construction rules and Bragg's diffraction conditions and will show that the origin of stationary orbit, origin of mass and origin of every force in nature arises due to quantum mechanical effect. We will use quantum mechanical rules and will explain that \textit{why} Venus, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto rotates clockwise about their axis while other planets rotates anti-clockwise.

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