SOURCE: Jorgen Karlsen

January 15, 2008 14:00 ET

The Strong Nuclear Force Is a Vacuum Force

OSLO, NORWAY--(Marketwire - January 15, 2008) - There is no attractive force between nuclei. There are no gluons. Nuclei are pressed together because there is a vacuum between matching quarks. These are some claims of the General Theory of Matter, which is based upon the predicted existence of a very small and extremely abundant particle, the universal energy unit, called the K-particle.

The theory shows how the quarks absorb K particles, then steer the emission of Ks, and thereby create local zones of K vacuum. The regular K pressure from the opposite side will then constitute a huge surplus K flux, which presses a matching quark from another nucleon towards the vacuum zone. The other quark will steer its K emission in the same manner, hence the two quarks are mutually pressed together. Emission patterns of the absorbed Ks provide a strong local K vacuum, while in the direction of emission it represents a strong repulsive force.

K wave-particles come with 2 different spins, K+ and K-, around their line of propagation. Electrically charged particles like protons and electrons have special absorption centres for making electric charge. The static electric force stems from a discrimination of absorption according to spin, and the subsequent switch of spin of some of the Ks which have the discriminated spin direction. Electrostatic force arise from the absorption of a K flux with a surplus of one spin direction of Ks and a deficiency of the opposite spin in a non-symmetric absorption centre.

The absorption of a minute proportion of Ks to get the energy necessary to perform the switching of spin to create electric charge also gives rise to gravitation. Due to the mentioned absorption, there is a lower K pressure from the side of matter, hence the regular pressure from the opposite side constitute a "gravitational" push towards matter.

Electromagnetism arise from emitted K- from electrons having a unified rotation. When the electrons are set in motion, the emission must be in a backwards direction to be compatible with the laws of conservation. Hence another electron will absorb a surplus of K-, which pushes it backwards. Electromagnetic force is an effect of absorption of a K flux with a surplus of one spin direction of Ks and a deficiency of the opposite spin.

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