Bojan Gorjanc on August 31st, 2009
Atomic nucleus

Atomic nucleus

After some 20 years of tireless dedication to his in depth research on unification, Nassim Haramein’s most recent scientific paper, The Schwarzschild Proton, received an award at the University of Liege, Belgium during the 9th International Conference CASYS’09 (Computing Anticipatory Systems).

Chosen by a panel of 11 peer reviewers, Haramein’s paper won the prestigious Best Paper Award in the field of “Physics, Quantum Mechanics, Relativity, Field Theory, and Gravitation.” This significant paper marks a new paradigm in the world of quantum theory, as it describes the nuclei of an atom as a mini black hole, where protons are attracted to each other by gravitation rather than some mysterious undefined strong force. This radical new view of the quantum world produces a unification of the forces and appropriately predicts measured values for the nucleon of atoms.

In his Crossing the Event Horizon presentations Haramein claims that the problem in current physics relates to the belief that gravity is a weak force, which goes back to the structure of the atom, where all of the problems started. In studying the atom, physicists were confused when they found a very dense positive nuclei in the center of the atom, which defied their theory of mass and then they found the negative electrons surrounding the atom that had a constant spin without losing energy and showed no signs of entropy. This created the first problem and instead of resolving it through Newtonian physics, they created quantum physics with new forces and particles.

Under Newtonian physics if you put positive particles together, they repel each other. However, in the nuclei of the atom, it has the dense structure of a black hole in the vacuum, but physicists did not consider gravity as the natural force to hold this dense mass together. So instead of re-investigating gravity as a stronger force, which would have resolved the structural issue, they created new forces called the strong and weak forces and added gluons to hold it all together. The simplicity of the structure of nature therefore, eluded them causing major fundamental errors which have been compounded over the years.

In order to resolve the original mistake in calculating the structure of the atom, a relationship between gravity and the electromagnetic force had to be established. Haramein realized that interaction of gravity as a force and the electromagnetic grid as a force, flowing and contracting in relationship, refer to an implosion side and an explosion side. This illustrates the dynamic synergy of the structure of the universe, which is always in motion. In physics this motion is acknowledged as it applies to gravity which is the contracting force, and the electromagnetic has been acknowledged as the radiation force. Applying this relationship to the structure of a black hole in any size shows that the extra forces that were created are not necessary.

The next step was to look at the structure of the nuclei of atoms. Haramein demonstrates that the nuclei of atoms can be described as mini black holes, replacing the need for an ad hoc strong force with no source of energy to define its strength, with the gravitational force of a mini black hole extracting energy from the vacuum.

In The Schwarzschild Proton paper, Haramein examines some of the fundamental issues related to black hole physics and the amount of potential energy available from the vacuum. He finds that only a very small percentage of the vacuum fluctuations available within a proton volume need to be cohered and converted to mass-energy in order for the proton to meet the Schwarzschild condition for a black hole. This Schwarzschild condition proton has a mass approximately 38 orders of magnitude higher than the standard proton mass.

Examining then the role of the strong nuclear force relative to the gravitational forces between two Schwarzschild protons, he comes to the conclusion that the gravitational component is adequate for confinement. In the standard model the strong force is typically given as 38 to 39 orders of magnitude stronger than the gravitational force. However, the origin of the energy necessary to produce such a force is not given. Remarkably, a Schwarzschild proton with 38 orders of magnitude higher mass than the standard proton, produces a gravitational effect strong enough to confine both the protons and the quarks.

This approach gives the source of the binding energy as spacetime curvature resulting from a slight interaction of the proton with the vacuum fluctuations. As such it offers a unification from cosmological objects to atomic nuclei. Therefore, it is possible to write a scaling law to find that the Schwarzschild proton falls appropriately within the mass distribution of organized matter in the universe.

Haramein finaly calculates the magnetic moment of such a Schwarzschild proton system and he finds it to be a close approximation to the measured value for the so-called anomalous magnetic moment of the proton.

With The Schwarzschild Proton paper, Haramein has presented evidence that the proton may be considered as a black hole and that such a system predicts remarkably well, even under crude approximations utilizing semi-classical mechanics, its interaction time, its radiation emissions, its magnetic moment, and even the origin of the strong force as a gravitational component. The Schwarzschild proton strongly suggests that matter at many scales may be organized by black holes and black hole-like phenomena and thereby lead to a scale unification of the fundamental forces and matter.

(See also White whole / black whole structures)

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