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What I am trying to show is that the universe we live in tends to produce simple algebraic equations that are easy to understand. Thus simple mathematical models permit us to understand why the electron doesn't flow into the proton. surely you can have more complex scientific understandings but the average person does not have the memory capacity or the ability to understand that. The brainiacs can but then only a few will understand how the universe works. And more people want an engineering level of understanding rather than a complex scientific understanding. And that is what I do.
Why doesn’t the electron flow into the proton?GG: According to my latest book “The Dual Light Speed Universe and the Dot-Wave Theory with Quantum Entanglement 2020 Chapter 3.
I am able to calculate the cycle time.
given endless possibilities
Yet I can calculate the time of the universe since after the big bang till now.
BC says:You have not even shown a reason to suppose that it is cyclical.GG: We are here and most likely given endless possibilities we will be back.
Relativistic quantum chemistry combines relativistic mechanics with quantum chemistry to explain elemental properties and structure, especially for the heavier elements of the periodic table. A prominent example of such an explanation is the color of gold is due to relativistic effects; time shift in reflected light. It is not silvery like most other metals.Initially quantum mechanics was developed without considering the theory of relativity. Relativistic effects are those discrepancies between values calculated by models that consider and that do not consider relativity.Relativistic effects in chemistry can be considered to be perturbations, or small corrections, to the non-relativistic theory of chemistry, which is developed from the solutions of the Schrödinger equation. These corrections affect the electrons differently depending on the electron speed relative to the speed of light. Relativistic effects are more prominent in heavy elements because only in these elements do electrons attain sufficient speeds for the elements to have properties that differ from what non-relativistic chemistry predicts.
An electron does not flow into the proton, so why does an electron and positron annihilate, even though the positron is a smaller and faster target? During positron emission from a nucleus, an electron can find an emmitted positron quite easily.
One way to explain this is the proton and electron are in two different space-time references. The electron moves much faster, close to the speed of light, and therefore does not synchronize, in time and distance, with the proton.. In the case of the electron and positron both are in the same reference.
Since I get 13.78for the time since right after big bang and the astronomers get basically the same answer,