Welcome to Scribd. Sign in or start your free trial to enjoy unlimited e-books, audiobooks & documents.Find out more
Standard view
Full view
of .
Look up keyword
Like this
0 of .
Results for:
No results containing your search query
P. 1
GOOD VIBRATIONS a guide to the universe

GOOD VIBRATIONS a guide to the universe



|Views: 943|Likes:
Published by DTYarbrough

More info:

Categories:Types, Research, Science
Published by: DTYarbrough on Aug 27, 2011
Copyright:Traditional Copyright: All rights reserved


Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
download as PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd
See more
See less





© Copyright 2011All rights reserved 
 A Guide To The Universe
Ever since I was a small child, it was not enough when someone stated a fact. Iwanted to know why. This curiosity has served me well over the years. Long after I hadforgotten the fact, I still remembered why it was a fact. Recalling the reason, I was ableto reach the same conclusion that had been stated in the first place. It didn't matter if thereason was wrong, as long as that reason would lead me to the right conclusion, even if Imade up a reason.I don't know why it took me so long to realize that the wrong reasons, even thoughthat may explain a fact quite well, will lead to other wrong conclusions when applied tosimilar facts. While writing science fiction stories, I gained a renewed interest inscience. Only a decade ago, if I wanted to find the answers I would have had to spend allmy time in a library, reading untold chapters seeking a single answer. Today, with thewonder of the World Wide Web, you can find ten different answers in five minutes.Unfortunately I don't want ten different answers. I want a single answer that everyone,or at least a vast majority can agree on. It can't be found.It soon became apparent that no single theory is correct in every way. Formulas work  just fine, since they are tailored to fit the observed phenomenon, but they only implysome understanding of the phenomenon itself. It soon became apparent that nobodytruly understood much of anything. So, just as I did when I was a kid, I found my ownexplanations.I will not waste your time by showing you the problems with the other theories of nature. It is enough to realize that scientists as a whole can not agree upon a singletheory. I will simply discuss my theory. It is a theory that unites the four major forces of nature and does not differentiate between the subatomic and the larger world. If youhave trouble understanding, it can only be due to my failure to explain it clearly. It istruly simple.Most of the principles in my theory can be experienced in everyday life and require nospecial instruments to observe them. I am not suggesting that you should throw awayany of Newton's or Einstein's mathematical formulas. These formulas have been testedand describe observed phenomenon perfectly well. These formulas, in no way, however,indicate a deeper understanding of what causes these phenomenon. I will try to explainall of these in as simple a way as possible.We will begin at the subatomic level. It is the nature of a subatomic particle that it hasenergy. This energy manifests itself as spin and/or velocity. With no outside influence,the particle will attain maximum velocity. Any remaining energy will produce spin.Speed and spin have an inverse ratio due to
conservation of energy
. If speed isrestricted, spin increases. If spin is restricted, speed increases. Spin creates magnetic
fields.My theory only requires the existence of two particles. These particles are the electronand the magneton. Protons are merely two spinning electrons magnetically held together  just like bar magnets. Neutrons are a composite of three electrons. Since the thirdelectron does not add to the field, due to core saturation, it only adds the physical massof the electron to the mix. Since the field was not stregthened, centrifigul force makesthe neutron less stable outside of an atom. All other particles(including photons) thatscientists believe they see, are electrons in various energy states(spin/speed ratio) or gravitons outside of a magnetic field. No other particles are required to explain nature.Protons are actually two electrons in near physical contact, with a mutual field created by their spin, limited by their orbital velocity around their center of gravity. This field isthought to be 100,000 times the physical diameter of the proton.The smallest circles in the centers represent the assumned size of a nitrogen atom(140 picometers). Actually at this scale it would be 1/7 pixel wide. Each of the eight circlesrepresent the true size of the atom(70 nanometers). The large circle represents the areathe atom occupies due to vibration(139.993 nanometers). As the atom vibrates withinthis sphere faster than 50 trillion times a second, only the area represented by 1/7 of a pixel is always occupied. Light or electron beams or whatever can pass through alllocations except this small area, so the atom appears to be this smaller size. The nitrogenatom, vibrating at 50 trillion hz., may be traveling at a speed of up to 7000 km/s.

Activity (85)

You've already reviewed this. Edit your review.
DTYarbrough added this note
DTYarbrough liked this
DTYarbrough liked this
DTYarbrough liked this
DTYarbrough liked this
DTYarbrough liked this
DTYarbrough liked this
DTYarbrough liked this
DTYarbrough liked this
DTYarbrough liked this

You're Reading a Free Preview

/*********** DO NOT ALTER ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE ! ************/ var s_code=s.t();if(s_code)document.write(s_code)//-->