Now earlier today I spoke of where Beta decay is likely to be best described as Faraday's law, and where I needed two items out of the Maxwell Equations, that neutrinos exist as magnetic monopoles and that neutrinos are longitudinal waves of these magnetic monopoles.
Now I maybe wrong that the Ampere law and the displacement current maybe the law that describes Beta decay of a neutron in the nucleus.
But let me just fast forward to the picture of Beta decay.
This much I am positively sure of, in that, as the Symmetrical Maxwell Equations are the axiom set over all of physics, means that those equations must explain every radioactivity event that happens.
So as we can demonstrate the 4 Maxwell Equations in a laboratory with equipment, we can also explain the radioactivity of a Beta decay of a neutron in a given atom by those 4 Maxwell Equations.
So let me give it a shot here as to perhaps what is going on in Beta decay of a neutron going into a proton with a neutrino and electron emitted. And almost the same explanation for a free neutron in decay.
Picture the neutron as composed of three items, the proton, electron and neutrino (or antineutrino). Picture Faraday's law as a closed loop wire as the proton and electron, and the bar magnet as a neutrino. The neutrino is a group of magnetic monopoles (perhaps 137 magnetic monopoles or 140/2). So the neutrino is a bar magnet of numerous magnetic monopoles and it is moving into a closed loop of the proton and electron. Since it is moving into that loop, it causes a motion of the proton and especially the electron. If the motion of the neutrino is great enough of a thrust, it causes the electron to come ripping outside of that neutron shell it resided in. And thus we see a Beta minus decay. Now if the motion of the neutrino is so large, we see both the neutrino and the electron come zooming out of that neutron.
Now, let me try to describe a neutrino as a magnetic monopole bar magnet. It is a longitudinal wave, and so it is a compression and a rarefaction. So we have a M+ alongside a M- and then another M+ then M- alternating.
Now Space itself is this alternation of M+ and M- magnetic monopoles for we have zillions of neutrinos packed within a cubic centimeter of Space.
So here I am saying that Space is magnetic monopoles, and when a neutrino comes out of a Beta decay, the neutrino travels at the speed of light and those monopoles add to the points of Space.
Now in physics we had a long history of looking for the Aether of Space for light waves to travel in or on. So if Space is the same as the density of magnetic monopoles (the density of free roaming neutrinos), then the Aether is magnetic monopoles.
Now in that decay picture, it is hard to imagine a closed loop wire of just a proton and electron, but if you consider there is Space for the proton and electron to reside inside the neutron, that there are magnetic monopoles. So that when the neutrino bar magnet thrusts through inside the neutron, it is thrusting through a loop formed of magnetic monopoles.
Now I imagine the Faraday law is better equipped to explain Beta decay than is the Ampere law with displacement current. And in the Faraday law we have the displacement magnetism, the magnetic current density term, which in my above explanation forms that closed loop wire for the single proton and single electron to travel upon.
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