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Chapt15.43 Deriving Strong Nuclear force and Gravity force purely from Maxwell Equations #1219 New Physics #1339 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed
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Chapt15.43 Deriving Strong Nuclear force and Gravity force purely from Maxwell Equations #1219 New Physics #1339 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed
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Feb 11, 2013 4:13 PM


Chapt15.43 Deriving Strong Nuclear force and Gravity force purely from Maxwell Equations
Now what I am doing here is getting towards Radioactivity derived by the Maxwell Equations. I need that because recently I learned that neutron decay is basically the far larger picture of Beta decay rather than the isolated picture of a free neutron in decay.
So I want to briefly review how the Maxwell Equations derive the Strong Nuclear force, the force of gravity and finally derive Weak Nuclear so that I can focus in on neutron decay either as a free neutron or a neutron packed in a nucleus and we notice it as Beta decay.
So I am just briefly summarizing Strong Nuclear and gravity. Strong Nuclear is when the electron and proton inside a neutron spills out and over the neutron and this nuclear electron goes around holding together all the protons of the nucleus, much like a chemical bond of a hydrogen atom with a second hydrogen atom of its H2 chemical bond. So we simply replace neutrons with nuclear electron + proton so in the case of helium we have 2 protons and 2 neutrons but in the Maxwell derivation we have 2 nuclearelectrons with 4 protons so each nuclear electron is holding together 2 protons. It is a nuclearchemical bond for it involves nuclear electrons. Nuclearelectrons are different from orbital electrons because they are so close to the protons. So the Maxwell Equations derives the Strong Nuclear force as a nuclear chemical bond.
The force of gravity is derived from the Maxwell Equations as the smallest residual electric charge of bodies. Let me explain smallest residual electric charge. A body such as Earth is basically overall neutral in charge to a vast extent. However, close up to Earth, there are charges that are not neutralized. There are magnets all over Earth and especially the magnetosphere of Earth. There are charges in lightening bolt flashes. There are charges due to the inner core of Earth as a dynamo. So, overall if we get far away from Earth we can generally say all the charges cancel out and that Earth is electrically neutral at a far distance, but if we get closer to Earth and ever closer to all what is going on, we see no overall neutrality of charge but see many instances of electricity and magnetism in action and motion. The same is said of the Sun and other planets. The overall charge imbalance is tiny but is not neutral. And the force of gravity compared to electromagnetism is 10^40 weaker as a force, so it takes very little imbalance of charge to make Earth revolve around the Sun, where the Sun is a far larger imbalanced electricity and magnetism.
Now in some cases, the imbalance is far larger than random imbalance of charges, in some cases, like the Rings of Saturn have a uniform imbalance of the polar molecules of ice that form the Rings and this more uniform imbalance leads to Solid Body Rotation, rather than the more scattered rotation of planets in orbit around the Sun. Gravity involves mass, for mass is built up of particles of charge, but the pull of gravity is the force of electromagnetism. Gravity as a pure pull of mass for another mass cannot account for Solid Body Rotation, for it is far too weak to allow Solid Body Rotation. Gravity must be EM force, where the smallest imbalance of electromagnetism shows up in the pull of gravity.
Now I am doing these summarizations because I need to get to radioactivity and explain how the neutrino is a longitudinal wave of magnetic monopoles. 
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