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every element's nucleus has a different proven density and atomic weight.
(Density is a “closeness of substance, i.e., a compaction, so what I am saying is, that the atomic number of an atom of iron, (At. Wt. 26 ) has 26 protons in a tighter compaction than an atom of aluminum, (At. Wt. 13). You are implying that an atom of Lithium, (At. Wt. 3) is much smaller than an atom of Lead, (At. Wt. 82).
Are you saying that one atom of lead is 27 times bigger than an atom of lithium? Atoms are almost all the same size. Have a look here: http://www.historyoftheuniverse.com/atomsize.html [Links inactive - To make links active and clickable, login or click here to register]
From purely energetic considerations of how far alpha particles of known speed would be able to penetrate toward a central charge of 100 e, Rutherford was able to calculate that the radius of his gold central charge would need to be less (how much less could not be told) than 3.4 x 10-14 metres. This was in a gold atom known to be 10-8 metres or so in radius--- a very surprising finding, as it implied a strong central charge less than 1/3000th of the diameter of the atom.
he nucleus has approximately a constant density and therefore the nuclear radius R can be approximated by the following formula,R = r0A1/3where, A = Atomic mass number [ # of protons (Z) plus # of neutrons (N) ] and r0 = 1.25 fm = 1.25 10−15 m (r0 varies by .2 fm depending on the nuclei) . Literature: Krane, Kenneth S., Introductory Nuclear Physics, Wiley, 1987.
What do the internal forces that hold any atom together have to do with gravity, which is alleged to act upon the exterior of material things, e.g. – moon “pushing” our tides? Looking inside an atom for “gravitational effects” is not germane to my theory. Just look at the theory of the black hole please. I have nothing to retract so far, as I see it.
It is widely believed in science, that an equal amount of matter and antimatter was created at the moment of the Big Bang,