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
Jan 18, 2013 6:53 AM
> On Jan 16, 1:18 am, Archimedes Plutonium > <plutonium.archime...@gmail.com> wrote: > > Now I am trying to think of a means of an > experiment to prove that
You're a moron.
a > > free neutron initiates its decay as a result of the > actions of the pre- > > electron. > > > > The Standard Model with its quark theory nonsense, > thinks that the > > preproton initiates the decay by moving the udd to > a udu as shown of > > the Feynman diagram in the Wikipedia entry of the > neutron. > > > > 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. 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. > > > > 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: > > http://mathforum.org/kb/profile.jspa?userID=499986 > > > Archimedes Plutonium > http://www.iw.net/~a_plutonium > whole entire Universe is just one big atom > where dots of the electron-dot-cloud are galaxies >