Vajra Periodic Table
 Today, Quantum AetherDynamics Institute released the Vajra Periodic Table.  This periodic table bases upon the work of Fernando Dufour, but is presented as a two-dimensional model and in a way that should aid in the discovery of the nuclear binding energy equation. The nuclear binding energy equation will likely be based upon the magnetic charge and be a form of the strong force law between all protons and neutrons in a nucleus.  This value would also have to be adjusted for the various geometries of atomic structure.  The Vajra Periodic Table offers clues as to how atomic geometry works. Studying the table we can see the filling pattern of the space of the atom.  Unlike the electron filling pattern, the nucleus can rearrange itself as new protons and neutrons bind to it.  For example, oxygen has atomic number of eight, meaning there are eight protons in the nucleus.  The nucleus begins by filling the two inner positions, then fills two adjacent positions before filling the six next positions.  But when the seventh and eighth protons are added, the protons in the hydrogen and helium positions (or lithium and beryllium positions) move into the outer six positions, thus filling two complete groups.  Whenever the groups of six are filled a "magic number" (i.e. 2, 8, 20, 28, 50, 82, and 126) are reached and the total binding forces are maximized.  The forces maximize because the geometry of the atom has moved all the protons into the closest distances to each other. Not only are the distances closest, but the geometry becomes isometric.  For example, when eight protons bind in oxygen, the protons form a perfect cube with each of the protons in the corners of the cube. By observing the patterns of nucleus filling, we will gain insights into the equations needed to quantify those filling patterns.  Print versions of this new periodic table can be ordered online in four different sizes.

 Proof of APM Strong Charge

Physicists Measure Elusive 'Persistent Current' That Flows Forever

October 8, 2009

Harris made the first definitive measurement of an electric current that flows continuously in tiny, but ordinary, metal rings. (Photo: Jack Harris/Yale University)

(PhysOrg.com) -- Physicists at Yale University have made the first definitive measurements of "persistent current," a small but perpetual electric current that flows naturally through tiny rings of metal wire even without an external power source.

The above article from PhysOrg describes an observed quantum state of electrons.  What is observed and admitted to is that electrons possess the property of perpetual motion.   The interesting part of this observation is that the charge associated with electrons is presumed to be electrostatic charge.  Electrostatic charge is the only type of charge recognized by mainstream science, today.

The electrostatic charge is called "static" for a reason.  It does not move.  There is no other quantified property of the electron recognized by mainstream physics, and yet they describe the electron motion as a movement of its charge, which generates magnetic fields.

In the Aether Physics Model, there are two distinct manifestations of charges, which relate to each other.  There is the electrostatic charge, which is static and is donated by the Aether unit occupied by the electron (or other subatomic particle), and there is the electromagnetic charge (or strong charge).  The electromagnetic charge describes as a string of mass being propelled through an Aether unit by the ever reciprocating Gforce.  The movement of this string of mass through the Aether unit produces the subatomic particle's electromagnetic charge.

Not understood by mainstream science is that the electromagnetic charge of the electron is a different property than its electrostatic charge.  That is, there are two distinctly different charge dimensions in each subatomic particle.  Each of these two types of charges is measurable and observable, but scientists still cannot wrap their minds around the concept.

A careful study of the Aether Physics Model explains the mathematics and mechanics, which exactly describe the structures of subatomic particles.  Modern science could evolve much quicker if scientists would study this new model.  Not only would scientists have a better paradigm for comprehending quantum existence, but they can also apply this knowledge directly to engineering at all scales of existence.

 The Nature of Current
 Modern physics has many errors.  The primary reason for these errors is the incomplete understanding of the nature of charges.  In the APM, there are two distinct, quantifiable types of charges; the electrostatic charge, and the magnetic charge.  Due to the misunderstanding in mainstream physics, the nature of current is not properly understood. The electrostatic charge is exactly as the name implies, it is static.  When a balloon or other spherical surface accumulates electrons or positive ions, it builds up electrostatic charge.  Electrostatic charge is appropriately represented by the plus (+) and minus (-) signs. Charge is not some kind of separate existing point particle.  It is a property of nature similar to the properties of length, time, and mass.  Electrons may possess the property of charge, but the property of charge is not only associated with the electron.  In addition, the electron has two distinctly different types of charges; one of which is called magnetic charge. Read more...

 Alternative Science
 The Aether Physics Model (APM) is true physics.  Many of the same physics laws from the Standard Model (SM) carry over to the Aether Physics Model.  However, the Aether Physics Model bases on two types of quantifiable quantum charges.  The SM bases upon a single type of quantifiable quantum charge; commonly called the elementary charge.  Not only does the APM recognize two types of charges, but the notations of charge dimensions is such that charge is always squared relative to a single dimension of mass.  These are fundamental differences, and as such, the Aether Physics Model is considered to be Alternative Science.  It is not an alternative to science, but a completely new foundation to base science on. Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 December 2009 13:00

 Particle Quantification
 In a recent communication from Prof. Masood Sanati, he asked me to provide the APM correction to a current density equation.  As I was responding to him that the Standard Model provides two different definitions to the unit of current density, I had significant insights into the proper quantification of particles. Max Planck provided us with the electron's angular momentum constant, which commonly represents as h. $$h = 6.626 \times {10^{ - 34}}\frac{{kg \cdot {m^2}}}{{sec}}$$ The unit of current is commonly represented as charge per time.  In the APM, current represents as: $$curr = 1.729 \times {10^{ - 31}}\frac{{cou{l^2}}}{{sec}}$$ Current defines as the quantity of charge passing a given area, yet there are no length dimensions in the unit of current. Read more...

 Steven Weinberg
 On September 10, 2006, I spoke before the PIRT 2006 conference at Imperial College in London, UK.  I attended the conference on the suggestion of Prof. Ruggero Santilli and with the blessings of Prof. Michael Duffy.  In attendance, but not speaking at the conference, was Steven Weinberg, a physicist and professor from the University of Texas. Dr. Weinberg received a Nobel Prize in physics for his so-called "Electroweak Theory."  Supposedly, Steven Weinberg mathematically unified the electric force with the weak interaction.  Much like Al Gore receiving a Nobel Prize for making a movie about a non-existent climate threat, Steven Weinberg received his prize for "unifying" a single force carrier to a fraction.  That is, if one knows the value of the fraction a/b, and also knows a, then they should be able to determine b.  But Weinberg could only "unify" a with a/b. Read more...

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