Results for "spin"


    • Oliver Thewalt


      Tags: spin, string theory development group, mark aaron simpson

      • 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

        • Oliver Thewalt

          Gravity by Michael Balmer

          Michael Balmer·Freitag, 3. November 2017   To really understand gravity,we must first put aside the mystical and mystique that has been attributed to the concept and look at it in two ways that for each of it’s times made is concerted by the inverse square which...

          Tags: gravity, michael balmer, inverse square, newton, magnetism, einstein, motion, spin, centripetal force, earth, moon, escape velocity