Physics for the Millions

Physics for the MillionsISBN:  978-0-9883180-1-4
Published 2013.  Hardbound.   $29.95

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Physics you can understand! Brutinos, the smallest particles in the world, make up a gas that pervades the universe. Condensation of the brutino gas produces neutrinos which also pervade the universe. A proton is made of one neutrino. When a proton is made, an electron is also made, resulting in a hydrogen atom. Hydrogen atoms are continually made throughout the universe and continuously accumulate because of their gravitational fields, making hydrogen stars. Large hydrogen stars have large gravitational fields and develop pressures large enough to transmute a hydrogen atom into a neutron. Protons and neutrons are nucleons. The neutrinos making the protons in a pair of nucleons attract each other and make larger atoms. Hydrogen stars grow and start producing more large atoms. As stars continue to grow, the electronic structure collapses and the star becomes a neutron star. A neutron star continues to grow and gravity becomes so large that the nuclear structure collapses. The giant neutron star explodes and produces the items which exist throughout the universe today.

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