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It seems that neutrons are attracted by the strong nuclear force, but do not generate it? So two neutrons (a dineutron) are not bound together by the strong nuclear force, and they just drift apart?
I can't see why you'd say that ...the neutron only is attracted by [the strong nuclear force].
A system made up of only two neutrons is not bound, though the attraction between them is very nearly enough to make them so.
The stability of the deuteron is a result of the nuclear force being stronger when the nucleons have parallel spin than when the spins are opposite. The Pauli exclusion principle requires that the nucleons in the diproton and dineutron have opposite spin."...a 9% increase in the strong force coupling constant, αs, is sufficient to bind the dineutron and a 13% increase will bind the diproton. The needed increase in coupling constant to bind the diproton was ...due to the electrostatic repulsion of the protons
Strong force fails stability making all nucleus attract and combine just like gravity.
all nucleus would attract them-selfs creating infinitely large nucleus
"infinitely" large nucleus
The only reliable knowledge states that electrons and atoms exist...Other subatomic particle are just hypothetical
It is not clear how [the LHC] produce a proton to start with
That does not prove that the outcome is proton which was invented in first place and not discovered yet...Nothing but a pyramid of hypotheses...
the deuterium molecule...
That does not prove that the outcome is a proton which was invented in first place and not discovered yet
The CERN is not a prove of existence of neutrons or protons...