posted on Mar, 29 2011 @ 08:40 PM
reply to post by Griffo
I would have thought you would know about the nuetrons, they can become protons or electrons, depending on the element and what is going on. We have
found that when the temperature is raised that in the nucleus the protons become more active and tend to seperate the elements back to their original
state. I believe it was Newton whop stated that every element, over time, will break down and return to it's original element, shedding those other
elemnets along the way so each is it's own again in nature.
The work I have done involved sub-atomic particle physics. It wasn't that involved and it was over 30 years ago. I can't recall all of the work we
had done because we were dabling in just about everything at once, no focus, which is why we were kicked out of school!!
But the basic premise is the fact that the unstable nature of the elements involved in Japan presents the greatest problem. Whn mixing U-238 and
plutonium and who knows what else, man I would not want to be within a thousand miles of that place. Isotopes and muon or electron nuetrinos
everywhere and who knows what else. The breakdown of the protons is what should concern the Japanese authorities. If this mass gets going, which I
believe it already has, it is going to suck.
I stand corrected on a few things but the basics speak for themselves. Although it is thought that the nuetron is the key, again, it can become a
proton or electron, depending on the circumstances, and those are not good. I can't remember the experiment that Fermi did, but it involved protons
and plutonium with and electrical charge to try and stuff another proton in.. I believe it was U-114? I can't remember. But it was not a good idea.
Anyway, thanks for the response and I think you will find the weak and strong forces that are believed to "cause" or create gravity trump string
theory, which I think is a joke. I think the elctrical charge of the rotation of the electron and proton around the nucleus is where gravity comes
from. Just my opinion.