DLP-5 Nucleus Anatomy
Proton’s – Electron’s trajectories starts repelling each other when they get too close.
Interfering trajectories are stronger than attraction trajectories.
Keeping each other at a distance,
to maintain their own sync equilibrium.
However sometimes, Proton-Electron can get so close,
that belt “borrows” so much Momentum from core,
that it becomes stronger than core,
and reluctant to “return Momentum”.
Maximizing belt attraction, minimizing core’s repulsion.
Converting conflicting momentum trajectories into “binding trajectories”.
Proton-Electron pulled together and fused.
The belt becomes the main configuration, the neutron.
N-Proton : the “Proton” (ccwa) side of Neutron.
N-Electron : the “Electron” (cwa) side of Neutron.
The connecting belt is the dominant momentum trajectory,
while N-Electron & N-Proton’s core are minimized (weaken).
Given its formation, a free Neutron is unstable.
Thus N-Electron N-Proton can significantly affect each other’s config,
Exchanging their frequency & density.
Fluctuating between the likes of,
Proton-Electron pair, & antiProton-antiElectron pair, constantly.
There is no such thing as an anti-neutron, just neutron in another mood.
So Neutron by itself is unstable.
Weak but definite repulsion of N-Electron – N-Proton,
Proton Electron potentially pulling Momentum back from belt & repel,
and polarization of frequency,
will decay a free Neutron quickly.
In such cases, surrounding configs will likely catalyze N-Electron to Electron, N-Proton to Proton.
(instead of N-Electron to antiProton, N-Proton to antiElectron.)
Neutron’s extensions are “neutralized”.
N-Electron’s & N-Proton’s trajectories cancel each other out,
producing unsynchronized extensions.
However within nucleus distances,
N-Electron’s & N-Proton’s trajectories are still in effect.
Without repelling trajectories, Neutron’s “Electron side” can ambush Proton at nucleus distances, entrapping it at a distance much closer than usual Proton Electron repelling radius. Momentum is converted into strong binding trajectories, before it can convert into repelling trajectories. Protons in the nucleus adjust their extensions to minimize repulsion.
A Neutron is stabilized (stops fluctuating) when connected to a Proton.
with N-Electron being the dominant side.
N-Electron – Proton connection is immensely closer & stronger than Electron-Proton connection.
because Electron-Proton starts repelling each other at close distances.
N-Electron – Proton join is so strong that it overcomes Proton-Proton repulsion, 1 to 1.
Proton in nucleus stretches its extensions beyond nucleus,
to minimize repulsion with other Protons in the nucleus,
diffuse sync momentum with surrounding,
and find opposite charge (cwa trajectory).
Neutron can also connect to a stable Neutron to stabilize itself,
although the effect is weaker.
Without Proton, Neutron-Neutron join is almost instantly untied.
Because multiple Neutron synchronizing to each other’s alternating rhythm is near impossible.
Any N-Electron – N-Proton pair separation will tear apart all connected Neutrons.
Electron cannot connect to N-Proton, because Electron is too dispersed,
and cannot detect the super short N-Proton trajectories.
Neutron vs Proton Electron
N-Electron & N-Proton do not destroy each other.
Neutron’s belt configuration requires maintaining a minimum N-Proton & N-Electron.
The belt absorbs from Proton Electron, but also sustains them,
and keep them at positions, to maintain belt’s trajectories.
And N-Proton’s & N-Electron’s momentum & frequency are usually polarized.
N-Electron & Proton do not destroy each other.
N-Electron & Proton do not have same Momentum & frequency,
thus they cannot unconfigure each other in one swift action.
Allowing configurations to regenerate themselves,
faster than destroying each other.
Unconserved charge generates sync extensions.
That’s how it attracts opposite charge.
Conserved charge generates unsync extensions.
Unsync extensions = neutralized trajectories and diminishing nodes
Matter-antiMatter unsync entire configs,
conserving charges conclusively.
Neutron-Neutron connection are stronger than Neutron-Proton.
Because Neutron-Neutron can double join at N-Electron – N-Proton.
So Neutron forms a cluster of Neutrons in the center of nucleus.
But Neutron do not like connect with too many Neutrons.
Because Field Density will be too high,
and it blocks n-Electron-Proton connections,
which is required to stabilize Neutron.
And too many Neutron-Proton connections increases Proton-Proton repulsion.
To balance interaction with surrounding and Neutron-sphere,
Protons tend to pair up with opposite spins,
with same distance from connected N-Electron,
on opposite sides of Neutron-sphere.
Protons need to avoid other Protons.
Resulting in Protons connecting to Neutron-sphere in different distances.
So in the nucleus,
neutrons forms the Neutron-sphere at center.
Protons cling at perimeters of neutron-sphere,
at different distances, forming the Proton-sphere.
* N-Electron – N-Proton, Neutron-Neutron, N-Electron – Proton can join horizontally (disc) or vertically (loop).
Proton without adequate N-Electron connection will extend,
increasing repulsion towards other Protons.
* Carbon, 6 protons 5 neutrons >> Boron, 5 protons 6 neutrons + positron + neutrino. (beta+ decay)
Protons in carbon 11 needs more Neutron to stabilize.
Absorbing excess Momentum from the nucleus,
Protons generates an Electron,
to negotiable trajectories between Protons.
But the Electron inevitably also generates an antiElectron.
The antiElectron (& v) is emitted as beta+ decay.
Proton fuses with Electron to become Neutron,
and joins the nucleus.
which becomes a nucleus of boron 11 atom.
Sometimes, Proton transfer Momentum to the belt connecting electron(s) in first shell.
Increasing attraction towards Electron in the first shell,
pulling it close enough to form a Neutron.
This is the process of electron capture.
Neutrons without adequate Protons will fluctuate.
Neutrons in carbon 14 are quite stable.
However sometimes its fluctuations are strong enough,
(likely due to external disturbances)
that N-Proton & N-Electron absorbs enough Momentum from the belt,
to expel each other.
With influence from surrounding matter configurations,
N-Proton becomes Proton, N-Electron becomes Electron.
The nucleus becomes nitrogen 14,
which is even more stable.
* Carbon 14, p6 n8 >> Nitrogen 14, p7 n7 + Electron + v. (beta-)
Neutron to Proton & Proton to Neutron conversion,
is much more common than Neutron / Proton emission.
This illustrates how inter-connected are Field System in an atom,
capable of altering an asymmetric Field System’s fundamental configuration, even before expelling it.
Trajectories feeding into each others’ system,
borrowing Momentum, sometimes even altering config,
is the reason for such phenomena.
Nitrogen 14’s nucleus right after beta- decay is not in the most energy conserving trajectories yet.
Rearranging the nucleus to more energy conserving trajectories,
higher stability config, releases excess Momentum, gamma ray.
To maintain all connected Field System’s Sync-Equilibrium…
Shortest/simplest trajectories = lowest energy level. most conserving state.
Which is the most stable.
Longer/more complicated trajectories = requires or causes = higher energy level.
Which is more unstable.
Extra Momentum, if absorbed, forces configurations adapt,
I.e. higher Electron orbital, atom vibrations, inefficient trajectories, etc.
Which always tries to “settle down”.
* Polonium 210, 126 neutrons, 84 protons.
In polonium 210, Neutrons form multi-layer structure.
Some Neutrons are trapped by other Neutrons.
Increasing its Field Density tension, fluctuation tendency,
and Proton-Proton repulsion.
Causing Po210’s nucleus to be very unstable.
With some disturbance,
Po210 ejects 2N2P, an Alpha particle, becoming Lead (Pb) 206.
Unifying the Strong & Weak
Thus, strong n weak force are just derivatives of Field Momentum’s interaction.
They are effects of Field Momentum responding to different circumstances,
and not fundamental force.
Strong force = stable configuration of Momentum trajectories in nucleus.
I.e. Proton-Electron close repulsion force convert into fusion force (belt), becoming a Neutron.
n-Electron “ambush” Proton in nucleus distances, under the disguise of Neutron.
Forcing Proton to bind at nucleus distances, while Proton’s extensions stretch further to avoid nucleus’s repulsion, balance interaction with surrounding, and attract electron(s).
Weak force = unstable configuration.
A nucleus can be unstable due to …
1) inaccurate Neutron Proton ratio
2) inefficient trajectories
3) oversized nucleus