The possible explaining of some controversial effects by a vortexial atom model
- Physics & Astronomy International Journal
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In the paper is presented a vortexial pre-quantum model of atom, based on a vortexial type of electron’ and proton’ magnetic moment, resulted in a cold genesis theory(CGT) as etherono-quantonic vortex of heavy’ tachyonic etherons (ms≈10-60 kg; w>c)- generating the magnetic potential A, and of quantons (mh=h⋅1/c2=7.37x10-51 kg)-generating vortex-tubes Bξ that materializes the B-field lines of the magnetic induction, the proton’s magnetic moment resulting by a degenerate Compton radius. The model may explain the ‘hydrino’ atom, with n=½, the tachyonic speed of the electronic neutrino and the Kervran effect of biological nuclear transmutations. By the multi-vortexial model of nucleon resulted in CGT, are explained also some astrophysical observation which sustains the CGT’s hypothesis of pulsatile antigravitic pseudo-charge and gravitational waves generating at the surface of a ‘black hole type star by matter→energy conversion, resulting also the possibility of cosmic dust’s cold forming.
vortexial atom, hydrino, OPERA experiment, Kervran effect, antigravitic charge, gravitational waves