posted on Jan, 29 2013 @ 09:40 AM
Here is quick theory for everything.
Lord Kelvin came up with one of the first atom models; he figured it was a smoke ring like pattern trapped in a perfect fluid or aether. This was good
idea, but he got some things wrong. First the perfect can be compressible; if there is no other smaller particle to transfer energy into you can have
compression and inertia in the aether.
The second mistake was the smoke ring pattern. That’s the wrong pattern. Think of vortex like a hurricane, tornado or maybe a black hole, any vortex
type structure will do.
So if you look at hurricane diagram, you see they have low pressure center, with a higher pressure area around it ( the area with the clouds) and the
eye wall where the two pressures meet at point of equalization. Then in the center you have down flow of warm air, and between the spiral bands you
have same up and down flows.
In comparison to an atom, you have a high energy center with the proton and neutron. The proton is similar the center of the hurricane in that it is
at an opposite energy level to the clouded area. The neutron is similar to eye wall as it is neutral to clouded area and the center. The clouded area
is similar to electron cloud. The magnetic fields of the electron work similar to up and down flows in the hurricane that form between bands. The
banding effect is similar to the flux lines in a magnetic field. The polarization effect of magnetic is similar to top and bottom of a hurricanes
center, as the top is high pressure and bottom is a low pressure. Opposite attract, the high and low, is like a north and south.
So black hole, tornados, hurricanes…whatever you want to call it, they are vortexes and so is an atom.
I’m not the only one thinking this, here’s two links
And gravity is similar to the Fujiwhara effect (google it)…btw it happens with all vortexes not just hurricans
Between what I said and the two links, you can find all your forces.
edit on 29-1-2013 by Tbrooks76 because: (no reason given)