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    • Oliver Thewalt

      There is an equivalence of matter and antimatter in the universe

      Michael Balmer, Quote: ”I am still amazed by the LHC (CERN) and that there is still the mystery of more matter than anti-matter...it is just not true,and that there are those that continue to say our universe is positively charged when that cannot be true,all of the existence is based on th...

      Tags: antimatter, matter, cern, lhc, higgs-field, dark-matter, antineutrino, cp-violation, fermions, neutron, proton, hydrogen, anti-proton

      • Oliver Thewalt

        Michael Balmer's Notes: Neutron

        Quote from Michael Balmer's Facebook Profile, Note. Structure and geometry of charge distribution[edit] An article published in 2007 featuring a model-independent analysis concluded that the neutron has a negatively charged exterior, a positively charged middle, and a negative core.[64]...

        Tags: neutron, nuclear force, neutron magnetic dipole, neutron charge, dipole moment, molecular structure, James Chadwick, hydrogen, radioactive isotope, quarks, gluons, flavours, qcd, down quark, up quark, neutral chargem swirl, oscillation, charge output

        • Oliver Thewalt

          Michael Balmer's notes: What is the life time of the proton?

                           What is the lifetime of the proton? an interesting question indeed,and it can probably be said that no one knows as fact but are willing to guess and it is for sure they cannot be proven incorrect since no one knows,so everyone give it...

          Tags: proton, life-time, decay, annihilation, neutron, quark, anti-quark, gluon, michael-balmer

          • Oliver Thewalt

            Michael Balmer's notes: Gluons

             Gluon, we can discuss physics from a cosmological prespectus but that would be to far to the right of zero on the graph of reality,this profund statement simply means by drawing a plane to the right and left of zero,everything to the right we graph Relativity,or Cosomology and Astrophysics ...

            Tags: gluon, strong force, nuclear force, proton, neutron, color-charge, swirl function, quarks, anti-quark, glueball, photon, quark-antiquark-pairs

            • Oliver Thewalt

              Michael Balmer's Notes: Radioactivity - Continuation

              Quote from Michael Balmer's Facebook Profile, Note.the discussion of radioactivity ended last with the Nuclear Configuration of 85Sr Strontium as a decrease in the structure resulting in the radioativity of the element/atom, I gather it has been determined the difference in 87Sr and 85Sr,tough it...

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              • Oliver Thewalt

                Preliminary Information about the Matter Creation Process in the Higgs-Field

                Some Explanations: These are some preliminary information about Dark Matter Research by Michael Balmer and Oliver Thewalt in order to give more evidence. This work is still unpublished due to the Peer Review System of Cornell (ArXiv) and a lack of Funding concerning my side. What is still missin...

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                • Oliver Thewalt

                  Hydrogen - by Michael Balmer

                  We can look at hydrogen from two prospectives,one in Chemistry and one in Physics,two aspects of the same element (chemistry) atom (physics),the structure of course is the same,one electron and one proton,so what is the difference,applications of study is to put simply although chemistry gives mo...

                  Tags: hydrogen, michael balmer, neutron, anti-hydrogen, neutrino, higgs-field, dark matter field

                  • Oliver Thewalt

                    The Region of Neutrality as threshold between the quantum and non-quantum world

                    Inertia is at first an observation by visible light, not an affect, but as gravity and Casimir an effect.There is no positive charge identity as such in the non-quantum world: the region of neutrality in the dark matter field is like a threshold between the quantum and non-quantum world. The pos...

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                    • Oliver Thewalt

                      Why are neutrons not purely fermionic?

                      ~  mass is a unique imprint of an energy folding and bonding in a phase transition within space topology. This post about a quantum non-quantum threshold will redefine transport in space and enable a new kind of technology which is less expensive, less "toxic" and more appropriate for ...

                      Tags: neutron, fermion, boson, phase transition, reduced mass, mass defect, photon, mass, spin, neutrino, p-violation