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electrons initiate Neutron decay, not the proton Chapt15.39 Glossary #1159
New Physics #1279 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed

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Re: electrons shot into free neutrons Experiment to confirm that electrons initiate Neutron decay, not the proton Chapt15.39 Glossary #1159 New Physics #1279 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed
Posted: Jan 16, 2013 3:30 PM
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> On Jan 16, 1:18 am, Archimedes Plutonium
> <> wrote:

> > Now I am trying to think

That should take time.... since you have never done it before.

of a means of an
> experiment to prove that a
> > free neutron initiates its decay as a result of the
> actions of the pre-
> > electron.

Right, 'means' of an experiment, but never an actual experiment. It figures, sissy.
> >
> > The Standard Model with its quark theory nonsense,

For which you have no experiment to disproof, yet you open your big mouf and start blubbering.

> thinks that the
> > preproton initiates the decay by moving the udd

What the fuck is an udd? I guess you speak at a 5-year-old level: udd, bugh, sdhui.

> a udu as shown of
> > the Feynman diagram in the Wikipedia entry of the
> neutron.

Your whole book --your life --is a ripoff of wikipedia nd other sources.
> >
> > New Physics would have a totally different diagram

> where the neutron
> > has a straying preelectron and then a electron
> emitted out of the
> > neutron and soon to follow is the proton
> > and the neutrino.
> >
> > Now I wonder if I can arrange an experiment that

> finally proves that
> > the pre-electron initiates the decay of the
> free-neutron.

No, you can't. Because you're a failure and a moron.

I was
> > thinking today whether in an experiment where we
> created a stream of
> > free-neutrons and bombarded them with a stream of
> positrons. Whether
> > we can calculate a mathematical difference, however
> slight a
> > difference it would be, that if the pre-electron
> was the initiator of
> > the neutron decay, that we would see a spike in
> electron-positron
> > annihilation than if the pre-proton of udu
> > were the initiator.

Yes, udu. Your disproving something with your thoughts of an experiment. That is what you call science, and what everyone else calls garbage.
> >
> > If the Standard Model is correct, then the beam of

> positrons would
> > have far less annihilations than if the
> preelectrons were the
> > initiators.
> >
> > Now maybe someone else has already done this type

> of experiment in
> > search of something else.
> >

> Alright, yesterday I outlined the above experiment to
> find out if the
> free neutron that holds a pre-electron, pre-proton
> and pre-neutrino
> inside of itself and when it decays the neutron turns
> into a electron,
> proton and neutrino. To find out which of the two
> particles starts the
> free-neutron to go into a decay? Is it the electron
> that initiates the
> decay or is it the proton that initiates the decay?
> According to Old Physics of their silly Standard
> Model and Quark
> theory nonsense, it is the proton or pre-proton that
> initiates the
> decay of the free neutron, because they ascribe the
> udd quarks going
> into udu quarks. So to Old Physics the free neutron
> decays because of
> the proton and can be seen in the Feynman diagram of
> the Wikipedia
> entry on neutron decay.
> Now according to New Physics which is based solely on
> the Maxwell
> Equations being the axioms over all of physics, it is
> the electron or
> pre-electron that initiates the decay of the
> free-neutron. It does so
> because the electron comes from Hyperbolic geometry
> and once it is
> outside a atom nucleus, the hyperbolic geometry likes
> to roam or move
> away from a proton and that is what free neutron
> decay is all about--
> hyperbolic geometry roams away from the proton and
> its elliptic
> geometry.
> So in this experiment, we are to discover whether the
> proton initiates
> or whether the electron initiates the free neutron
> into decay.
> Yesterday I spoke of shooting positrons into a flow
> of free neutrons
> and if the electron is the initiator, there would be
> far more positron
> electron annihilations than if the proton was the
> initiator.
> Today I want to include shooting electrons into a
> flow of free
> neutrons. With the electrons, there is no
> annihilation, but if the
> proton was the initiator being bombarded by
> electrons, then there
> would be far more hydrogen atoms coming off the
> interaction than if
> the electron was the initiator.
> So in this experiment we bombard or shoot positrons
> at free neutrons
> and shoot electrons at free-neutrons, and we hope to
> unravel which of
> these two particles, electron or proton, initiates
> the free neutron
> decay.
> --
> Google's archives are top-heavy in hate-spew from
> search-engine-
> bombing. Only Drexel's Math Forum has done a
> excellent, simple and
> fair archiving of AP posts for the past 15 years as
> seen here:
> Archimedes Plutonium
> whole entire Universe is just one big atom
> where dots of the electron-dot-cloud are galaxies

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