As I was studying some works of Dr. Harold Aspden and some other works I came across some interesting pieces of information.
Warning: What I type will be offensive to those who earned their degrees in any kind of science.
What I have heard is that he's a scientist that freely acknowledged that more than %80 of the matter and energy in the universe is "Dark Matter"
and "Dark Energy" where "Dark" being we can't see it in terms of light, something we can hold on to.
Now he talks about Quantum Physics and I'm a little skeptical on the matter since it cannot be a theory, law, or a concept to me. Soft Particle
Physics, now that is a law, since anyone can understand it and repeat it
But I'm getting off topic here.
To the main point, where I have first heard of the size of a Proton to an Electron was one Joseph H. Cater (He's dead, died just a year ago). Then I
begin to look at who else says it.
Now Aspden's credentials are that he has a 6-year education at Manchester University and Cambridge University (Trinity College), worked for 33-years
in the U.K. with 9 years at English Electric and 24 years at IBM.
His formal qualifications are as follow; B.Sc., Ph.D., C.Eng.,D.I.E.E., F.I.Mech.E., C.Phys., M.Inst.P., C. Sci., Wh.Sc.
This may mean nothing to some, but to others's it means that he's a man that needs to be heard, I don't care what he has gone through to get that
many titles, I'm only interested in what he has done that can Help Mankind in it's need for help.
He talks about electric generators and the such, but what really caught my eye what his view on the Atomic world.
Taken from this Link on page 11 - 12,
he begins to talk about the difference of the Sun and
out planets. Then he went smaller, and a number came up, 1836. If the size of a proton is massively different than that of a electron, then it should
However due to people's stubborn and firm standing on the "laws and theories of science" they are willing to shed blood than drop their precious
To put the proton and electron into portions, the proton is like a cannonball and the electron is a BB. And there was a concrete slab in front of
both, which is more likely to demolish it at a good speed?
The cannonball/proton is more likely, the BB would more likely bounce off.
What am I saying? Stop hurting, start helping.
How would this be helping? At least you now know the size difference, and it brings up another question, how small can one electron be? Very, very
small to the point where it's more jittery than anything that we can see. There is a rule, the small it is, the more active it is. However, the
bigger it is, the slower it is.
How big can one proton be? You standing on one. That big.
"So what? Your saying that everything I was taught in school was a lie!?" You might think that about me.
But what does the main title of the site say? (not mine, the Abovetopsecret.com title) Deny Ignorance. No one said it will be painless.
Thank you for your time on reading this one person's findings.