Session C: General Physics II
8:00 AM–10:15 AM, Saturday, April 1, 2006
Photonics Building Room: 205
Sponsoring Unit: NES
Chair: Karl Ludwig, Boston University
Abstract ID: BAPS.2006.NES.C.8
Abstract: C.00008 : Is a `Brane' Electron Modeled by a Closed-loop String of Neutrinos, is time formally a periodic function, and can tornadoes be ``turned off''?
9:45 AM–10:00 AM
(University of Massachusetts, Lowel)
Model a `planar' electron by a closed string of vibrating neutrinos; displacement values are proportional to the speed of light times the square root of the mass. `Spin' supplies required inward spherical fields in three spatial dimensions. Interlocked quark loops model protons or neutrons; ideas like strong and weak forces, or an uncertainty principle, arise. Subtle, longer string-like `vibrating,' quasi-periodic, lighted phenomena we detect are at locations used by some of our Native American forebears, or by the Hopi or Maya -locations indicated by problematic constructions, by `sacred' place-names, or by individuals with `titles' identified as names. Lighted `tubes,' associated with EMF, required by our model for tornado generation, imply breaking the EMF lines will `kill' any tornado. `Kokopelli's hair,' is the place to construct a designated current loop.
To cite this abstract, use the following reference: http://meetings.aps.org/link/BAPS.2006.NES.C.8