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Chapter 9

Sometimes the question is not whether the answer is right or wrong, but rather if the answer moves you closer to the truth. Is this theory a step closer or a misstep? I think it will turn out to be a step closer to the truth.

The sun is not a ball of gas; the sun is liquid plasma with a gaseous atmosphere. The energy account for the sun needs to be adjusted to describe the number of protons needed to be converted into neutrons. Over half of the hydrogen is transformed into neutrons to create stable material to make heavier elements. The sun must convert half of all the hydrogen atoms to neutrons just to create helium, but if the number of neutrinos emitted by the sun as stated today is correct, I don’t see how any balance can be calculated. Furthermore, if the calculations are in error, then the fusion reaction calculation must also be in error as it is missing the addition of matter, either by the destructions of other particles for their parts, or the conversion of energy to charge phased particles into this universe to be building blocks for fusion to occur.


The Sun Nuclear Reaction Process:

Variables:  e = electrons // p = protons // n = neutrons // x = the high-energy particles or forces that collide the electron into the proton to create a neutron.

1.      x + e + p = n

2.      n + p = np or Deuterium

3.      Repeat step one

4.      n + np = npn or tritium

5.      Repeat step one

6.      Two possibilities happen here: A. neutron from step 5 collides with the tritium to cause the tritium to give up one of its currently held neutrons that will collide with another atom, n + npn = pn + n + n; or B. the half life of the tritium has caused the tritium to brake down to 3He, and the additional neutron is absorb to create 4He (n + pnp = pnpn or helium).


This continues as random electrons are forced to collide with the protons within the atomic nucleus of any atom within the sun. The rate of collisions with any given atom depends on many variable, including but not limited to:  position inside the sun, speed of the neutron, the ability of the atom to absorb the energy of collision, and the number of neighboring atoms able to absorb or slow the neutrons. If it is true that neutrons are created in the sun, do we see examples here on earth? Yes, we can observe this as the nuclear conversion in the atmosphere of 14nitrogen to radioactive 14carbon, and in deep mines, neutron experiments show a conversion of chorine to argon.

Age of the Universe

How far can you look back? How old is the universe? How far has the light traveled within the expanding universe?

If we can see starlight that been traveling for 10 billion years, and the universe has been moving away at a quarter of the speed of light, it would take 40 billion years for the source of the light to get to where it is now. The universe must be older than is stated in other theories.

Black Holes

A photon in phase can be absorbed by a black hole and held there along with its energy until the black hole explodes and releases the matter and energy held with in. The spinning of a black hole would mix neutrons and phased particles.

The event horizon is the point at which the speed of gravity overtakes the speed of photons as they phase. What would we see when a black hole recycles the matter held within? As the black hole explodes, there would be a flash of very high amplitude and short duration. Then the black hole would release all the matter as neutrons, and as the neutrons decay, they would absorb large amounts of energy and give off mass quantities of other particles and their energy.

Phased Particles and their Effects on a Universal Scale

Photons are phased particles that account for some of the extra mass of the galaxy, and as they phase into and out of the universe, these particles push the atoms of the universe apart, causing the universe to expand.

The 3-degree temperature of the universe is not the residual energy from the Big Bang, but is the ambient pressure of the universe., where matter, thermo-fields and gravity all interact. Is the universe getting warmer as it expands? 
Last Updated on Tuesday, 31 March 2009 19:07

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