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Topic: Maxwell Equations are going to also give the number 10^603 as
infinity borderline #1480 New Physics #1830 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed

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 plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com Posts: 7,951 Registered: 3/31/08
Physics giving the infinity borderline with the largest number in all
of physics #1488 New Physics #1838 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed

Posted: Sep 9, 2013 1:18 PM

Element 119 is the element that has 295 and 296 protons and electrons (neutrons = 1 proton + 1 nuclear-electron)

To date, noone has been able to fabricate this element in a laboratory. In a sense it is infinity-- not attainable.

It would have 296! = 10^603 lines of force or exchanges of photons per unit of time.

So in mathematics, we look for a geometry figure that acts up at infinity to find where infinity starts. We use the sphere and pseudosphere since at infinity the pseudosphere surface area equals the sphere surface area. So going from 0 to 10^603 subtract 1, the sphere area was always greater, but at Floor-pi*10^603, the pseudosphere area crossed-over the area of the sphere. Hence 10^603 is the infinity borderline.

But we need physics to chime in on where they place infinity border. And specifically the Maxwell Equations. So how many total possible Electric Potential or lines of force can exist in a atom? How many photon exchanges occur for an atom with 296 protons and 296 electrons and the answer is 10^603
photon exchanges. But this element does not exist as yet. Perhaps it will never exist because it is the infinity border.

AP