This may sound like a off the way kind of subject but it has to be made known.
Disclaimer: I don't own any of this stuff, I'm only a student that is sharing the knowledge to those are who are confused on what's what.
What is soft particle physics?
How does it apply to me?
What can I do with it?
Why is it important to know?
All in due time. But the important thing is you understand what it is. And we'll start with the basics.
Now what is this?
It's an atom, basically it's what makes up life as we know it.
Now how are those black dots swirling around those red and blue dots and not being flung away?
People will say magnetism, it's just a way of saying, "I'm running away from the truth." Because in reality, in magnetism, you need a repelling
force meaning there are smaller particle that are in action.
Well how about this?
Now what is this?
This is a electron scope-like display of an atom also known as a electron cloud.
Ok, now why do we need all those electrons to hold a bunch of neutrons and protons? The truth, the size of the proton differs from the size of an
How so? In comparison, The electron is BB and the proton is the cannon ball, that is how big it is.
And if there are that many electrons just to cover one nucleus, then there must be at least 1836 times what we are told. So on average, there is one
electron every proton, right? Well, what if I say there is 1836 electrons every proton? That will stir a hornets nest.
Now, what is keeping the electrons from getting attached to the proton? A particle that is never mentioned in schools that goes by the name of "Ether
As you can see, the proton is actually alive, it's breathing. It take in what is called ether particles and then spits them back out all the while
repelling and attracting electrons. But as you can see the attraction rate is larger than the repulsion which leads to another thing.
There are only two kinds of particles, protons and electrons. You might say, "Don't forget the neutron." I didn't forget it, because it's the
result of when a proton and a electron meet. or should I say a whole bunch of electrons locked in.
Ok, now we are to a point of say, "Fine and dandy, but what are these ether particles?" They really are electrons that are very hard in nature,
meaning they are active, their small, and they are what is causing a lot of things to become possible, like the living breath that you breath in. With
out this, life as we know it, is non-existent. Meaning there will be nothing to hold us, as in every living thing, including the Earth, together.
Now, if there is hard electrons there must be soft ones as well. Yep, you've guessed it, those electrons circling about, are the soft electrons. The
soft they are the slower they go. The harder they are the faster they go.
Now I'm going to wrap up this first post by giving you reader an example. If there was no electron any where in the vicinity, you'll be gone. But it
turns out there is a place, if you step outside the spherical universe that holds millions of universes, you'll die by extinction. Meaning, one
moment your there, next your gone.
This example was said in ancient texts, unknown on the name of text, it's date, or who the author is.
End of first post on basics of soft particle physics.
edit on 20-8-2012 by FreedomCommander because: (no reason given)