Dr. Vlasak provides further depth to his studies of the hydrogen atom as an electronic circuit. Never done before, he debunks the so-called "barrier" at the center of the atom and shows how and why the electron tends to avoid the proton. Also included
are graphical representations of inter-atomic forces in real time that show how the force of gravity is produced. This book is the third on this subject; the first title being
"The Secret of Gravity", which is intended for a broader range of readers.
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Quantum mechanics is the preferred choice of analysis for contemporary physicists. Unfortunately, no one seems to understand the theory very well, and only limited results are obtained, such as the determination of the probable radii of the electrons
within the atom.
Also, many of the abstract theories and predictions of the past half decade of science have not been proven to be correct. Examples are the theoretical "graviton", gravitino, and "superparticle", none of which have ever been detected. Therefore, a
new atomic theory that relates to real world sensations is in order, and he has proposed a new and realistic theory that conforms with fact.
"The hydrogen atom is an extraordinary control system. If the orbital radius of the stable atom tends to increase, a tangential force is exerted in a direction opposite to its motion, thereby slowing it down. If the tangential velocity tends to decrease, a radial force is exerted which tends to decreasethe orbital radius. As the orbital radius decreases, the electron velocity tends to increase. Thus the atom acts as a self-controlled system which tries to maintain a stable size and rotational frequency. Thus the atom acts as a self-controlled system that which tries to maintain a stable size an frequency."
"The prior analysis indicates that the magnetic ocmponent of the atom, produced by the motion of the elctron, prevents it from crashing into the proton. The magnetic force is orthogonal to the velocity vector, forceing the electron in a sideways direction as it moves toward the proton. Therefore, any electron moving in the area of a proton will move in a curved path. ... The radial forces on the electron at equilibrium cancel, and equation (16) goes equals zero. Substituting and rearranging terms, ... v = c and therefore the electron moves at the speed of light in a stable atom.