Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Charged particles are the building blocks of the universe.

If there are only 1 positive charged particle and 1 negative charged particle in the space, what will happen?

Due to Coulomb's force and momentum conservation law, they will attract each other at distance R and accelerate to each other and collide, and keep bouncing back and forth forever.

If the negative charge breaked up into million pieces, what will happen?

They should form a ball around the positive charged particle and keep bouncing forever.

Is this the real structure of an atom? Logically the only possible structure. The standard model and Bohr model are impossible.

What will happen if there are two atoms in space? Since positive charged particle in atom 1 attracts negative charged particles and repel positive charged particle in atom 2, negative charged particles in atom 1 attract positive charged particle and repel negative charged particles in atom 2, due to electrostatic induction between the atoms, the net force is a weak attraction force which is proportional to their charges and inversely proportional to distance squared. Gravity is electrostatic force in nature. Mass proportional to total charges in the matter.

What is energy in this model? Atoms are constantly vibrating/oscillating, the distance between opposite charged particles are constantly changing, energy is the oscillating electric force within and between atoms.

Light and EM waves are alternating current in the air/medium/matter.