Session DG: Nuclear Theory II

10:30 AM–12:06 PM, Thursday, October 25, 2012
Room: Surf

Chair: Ian Thompson, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Abstract ID: BAPS.2012.DNP.DG.7

Abstract: DG.00007 : Quark Synthesis String Theory From Dark Matter to Light Emitting Atoms

11:42 AM–11:54 AM

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  William Webb

Forefather physicists formulated fusion based on nucleosynthesis. They directed that whole nucleons synthesize. Quark Synthesis String Theory now shows that \emph{it's the string-like quarks that do the synthesizing: not whole nucleons}. In a dark region, string-like quarks synthesize with other string-like quarks to make rope-like quarks. Quarks structure into threesomes bound only by electrostatic and gravitational forces. Quarks not structuring as threesomes remain dark. Balanced threesomes of string-like quarks become neutrons. Balanced threesomes of rope-like quarks become more massive neutroniumA nuclei. After their formation, neutrons and neutroniumAs quickly begin emitting electrons. This paper develops equations that correctly describe nuclear structures and their electron emissions. Electron emission beta decay is calculated for the 30 least massive neutroniumA nuclei and their subsequent transmutation thru 203 intermediate nuclei on their way to becoming well known nuclei centering the 30 least massive light emitting atoms. This is a perfect 233 for 233 match between calculations of Quark Synthesis String Theory and factual nuclear data. This perfect match provides affirmation that nuclei have no need for the unknown strong or week forces and mediating particles. Nuclear physics succeeds using a string theory that has the quarks doing the synthesizing.

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