tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-79830948710038714812014-10-07T05:20:48.033+01:00the neoclassical atomThis blog is about a novel model of the elementary particles making the atom. Despite the simplicity and classical nature of the model, it predicts one single value for the elementary charge. This value can be approximated, and agrees with the observed one! The model also explains the wave–particle duality, opposite polarities, ½-spin, a neutron magnetic moment and chirality in the electron. It may even explain gravitation and overthrow "dark matter"...Rebelhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/07854627411708789772noreply@blogger.comBlogger3125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7983094871003871481.post-87434741490092346612010-03-07T18:12:00.011+00:002010-04-06T17:58:53.917+01:00Disks in spaceAfter having introduced a hypothetical model of elementary particles and the way they cause gravitation, it is natural to evaluate the hypothesis from a cosmic view! This may sound contradictory, or even arrogant, but it is not totally far-fetched. The gravitational field created by the discussed particles is quite special, and gravitation is the known force that works on the cosmic scale.Planar Rebelhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/07854627411708789772noreply@blogger.com0tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7983094871003871481.post-30611677004019411442009-01-04T19:08:00.004+00:002009-03-26T18:12:32.058+00:00Mass and gravitationThe model of the elementary particles presented in the first post makes it tempting to philosophize over the nature of mass and gravitation. Is there a logical concept of these matters that smoothly fits in? I have made an attempt to find one...Obviously, a clue must be that the mass of at particle is proportional to its total energy. Assuming that electromagnetic waves travel in a background Rebelhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/07854627411708789772noreply@blogger.com5tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7983094871003871481.post-55344221481074911792008-09-07T09:45:00.134+01:002010-03-31T08:50:27.914+01:00A simple model of electrons, protons, neutrons and their antiparticles© 2008AbstractA strictly classical model of electrons, protons, neutrons and their antiparticles is presented. The model explains mass, spin and charge for each particle. An approximation of the value of the elementary charge can be calculated, and is found to be 0.956 times that of the measured value. Further, the model strongly suggests why neutrons can be unstable. A structure of the atomic Rebelhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/07854627411708789772noreply@blogger.com19