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glossary of terms and concepts #1297 New Physics #1417 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed
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Mar 17, 2013 4:42 AM


GLOSSARY OF TERMS
I do so much science, that I cannot remember well enough where I last left off, when it comes to revision. So these last pages are more for my memory sake when starting the 6th edition.
Now here is a Glossary of Terms used in this book: (1) Charge = geometry of either Euclidean, Elliptic, Hyperbolic. Charge is the geometry of Space, so that 1 electrical charge is hyperbolic geometry, such as a torus or ring or closed loop wire. +1 charge is elliptic geometry such as a sphere or ellipsoid, and 0 charge ?is Euclidean flat plane geometry. The photon with its double transverse wave is a Euclidean flat plane geometry. (2) Magnetic Monopole = two poles of either Elliptic or Hyperbolic geometry. Now a magnetic monopole is far different than a charge, for a charge is a whole geometry of the three possible geometries while a magnetic monopole is a feature of those three possible geometries. Magnetic monopoles are related to spin. I need more details for this in the 6th edition.
(3) Spin = direction of motion of the magnetic monopole, whether clockwise ?or counterclockwise Spin is merely the superposition of both the Right Hand Rule and ?the Lefthand rule. The proton, electron and neutron are all 1/2 spin because they are the superposition of the Righthandrule. The photon has 0 spin because it is the superposition of two Righthandrules where they cancel out each other to that of 0. ?Two electrons in a suborbital such as 3d6 for iron has superposition ?of a one Right hand rule along with one Left hand rule. The unpaired ?electrons in iron 3d6 are all aligned and parallel with one Right hand ?rule, and it is the magnification of the spins that yields the ?permanent bar magnet of iron. (4) Restmass: this is where the front edge of the wavefront curls around ?and becomes a closed loop so that the wave is a standing wave inside ?that closed loop. Counting up all the ridges and troughs of the ?standing wave is the restmass. A photon has 0 restmass because the ?wavefront never curls around into a closed loop. (5) Space: space is the toughest because it draws together all the other ?concepts. Space is Faraday's LinesofForce as magnetic monopoles of ?both M+ and M. The magnetic monopoles can be either a transverse wave ?or a longitudinal wave. I need to really elaborate on Space in the 6th edition and feel that Space is the most difficult concept.
(6) Some units relationships of physics: E = FD, energy = force x distance F = MA, force = mass x acceleration E = MAD V = D/T, velocity = distance/time A = V/T, acceleration = velocity/time A = D/TT E = M(DD/TT) = Mcc P = MV, momentum = mass x velocity P = FT E = FD E = Fc F = ma F = mc E = mcc Energy = 1/2 m*v^2 Force = rate of change of energy, since acceleration is rate of change ?of velocity. 
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The solution to the sci. newsgroups is to have the sciences hosted by colleges and universities such as Drexel University hosting sci.math, not by corporations like Google out to make money. Science belongs in education, not in money motivated corporations. Do I hear a University doing sci.physics, sci.chem, sci.biology, sci.geology, etc etc
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Archimedes Plutonium http://www.iw.net/~a_plutonium whole entire Universe is just one big atom where dots of the electrondotcloud are galaxies



