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New Theory in Physics

  1. Apr 25, 2003 #1
    Welcome to my site: http://www.aphysics.netfirms.com
    A new theory is waiting for you.
    The Atom

    All atoms have the same constituency . One electron orbiting single nucleus at different speed, and different orbit size. Orbit size and orbital speed making the difference between elements.
    The speed of revolving electron is different from element to element and is characteristic for each element.
    This mean the Hydrogen atom has the electron revolving at the speed 1 (one) the atom of Helium will have the revolving electron at the speed 2 and so on to the Lawrencium with the speed 103 which is 103 times greater than Hydrogen. The orbital radius is inverse proportional with the speed of electron. Great orbital radius of Hydrogen and smaller radius to Lawrencium and so on.

    This may be the answer of the essence of Matter.
    Very easy to foresee transition from any element to any element trough the speed range, and easy to realize stable or unstable condition, energy change in transition etc….
    The temperature, pressure and other factors influences orbital speed of the electron in certain ranges allowing the atom to stabilize itself trough molecular configurations.
    As I sketch the configuration of the atom is easy to see instability as a single atom, and tendency to couple with at least another or the same atom such a way as the resulting force to be minimum or zero. This will be molecular state where many arrangements under many conditions could be configured.
    Any resulting force in coupling combination will be a potential of energy waiting to be dissipated or absorbed.
    Joining of atoms for molecular configuration does not affect revolving speed of electron on orbits, angles of orbits will make the frame of molecule in any state of matter. So atoms joining involve reorientation of orbital planes without orbital speed change such a way stable condition are characteristic to low resultant force of combination. The electrons never leave their orbits.
    Now with this theory you can manipulate and explain any unexplainable of Physics.( At least I do myself)
    What is Electricity? This may be the answer.
    Here you go:
    Magnetism you already figure it out. (base on the above postulation)

    Atomic mass change and transition of elements.
    As I defined above the configuration of the atom, and the elements configuration, in the base of one orbital electron with speeds characteristic of each particular element is easy to see transition up, to heavier elements could be done by accelerating orbital speed of the electron inducing energy in atomic mass and to the lighter side of elements by decelerating the speed of electron and extracting the energy equivalent to speed decreasing. This is the logic of transitional elements. So atomic mass and mass transition is energy level of orbital electron very easy to deal mathematically at any level with all deriving particulars of it.
    As a conclusion: any constituting element of matter has energy level characteristic to the speed of orbital electron.
    Stability of orbital speed is stability of the matter of elements. Transitional elements are the result of transitional speed and their life is correlated of characteristic orbital speed stability. This is way so many elements, particles and so on, discoveries in physics. Mention: they are discovered by random or planed experiences because the actual theory of Physics do not have the fundamentals of logic. Actual theory of Physics is not a theory is a description of experiments with scientific speculations to fit the intent of Physics. After thousands years of experiences and conclusions in Physics, is time to redefine the structure of atom to understand structure of Matter to unite Physic with Chemistry where structure of molecule in any configuration and any condition could be explained. Now taking in consideration my theory or postulate will clarify vision in Physics .So will be no more fog ahead.
    What about
    . Gravity?
    . Light?
    . Any other atomic emissions?
    . What are the limits?
    . Any Questions??
    Glad to answer,
    Yours truly,
    New Theory of Physics
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  3. Apr 26, 2003 #2
    The mass of an electron is not variable except at near light speed?
    If Plutonium weighs so much how can it be made of only 1 electron and 1 proton?
    This sounds like "theoretical physics" to me, you won't get as many replies and correspondence in known physics.
  4. Apr 26, 2003 #3
    Okay theres about a hundred problems with your theory, I'll start by pointing out the most obvious ones. First as jammieq already pointed out how do you explain the different weights of the elements? In actuality relativistic effects to begin occuring by the time you get to Mercury but this far down the table and cannot account for the weight difference between say Hydrogen and Zinc. Second the way you have declared atomic radius works is completely inconsistent with what is actually found on the periodic chart. According to your theory there would be a perfect trend in atomic radius as you went numerically through the elements, obviously this is very wrong. Third if all atoms only have one electron then every single element on the chart would be paramagnetic. Again obviously wrong, and further each would have the same magnetic dipole, again wrong. Fourth according to your bonding theory anything could bond with anything else, again this is obviosly not seen as I nor anyone else has ever seen Heliumhydride or a vast array of other molecules your theory would predict as possible. Fifth, how on earth can this explain nuclear fission and fussion? It can't. Maybe you should try to go learn some molecular orbital theory... it actually works!
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