The Mass and Charge Differences of Protons Vs Electrons

It has been understood for a long time that an electron, in terms of mass, is about 1/1,800 that of a proton. In addition to this, it is also well understood that both the proton and the electron each have absolute, but opposite, charge values of 1. The proton having a charge value of %2B1 and the electron having a charge value of -1. What has not been understood is why is it that both objects can have precisely equal charge values yet have such a large difference in mass? It is highly unlikely that the design of the universe just so happens to have it so that this is just a nice coincidence. This can only lead me to the conclusion that there must be a mechanical explanation for this occurrence. Let us start out by defining how the inner workings of protons and electrons are designed and how they function.

Let us imagine a collection of smaller particles that are joined together in such a way so that a fixed number of them comprise a single electron. I will call these particles “Om Particles” named after the word “Om” in Hindu meaning the elementary vibration of all existence. These Om particles are connected together and arranged much like a set of baby’s plastic linking beads that can be snapped together end to end. Taking this a step further, let us take enough of these particles and put them together in a string so that they can be curved around to form a closed loop. It is this loop formation of Om particles that creates our electron. I cannot be certain exactly how many Om particles it takes to form a single electron but I will surmise that careful studies of the relative fractional values of the masses of known sub-atomic particles when compared to the mass of a single electron will lead a common denominator which should tell us the value of the mass of a single Om particle and, as a result, yield the number required to form a single electron. The reason for this is that I believe that every particle in the universe is made up of these Om particles and therefore should have masses that are some multiple of the Om particle’s mass.

One other piece of the puzzle that needs explanation here is why the electron has any charge at all. Well, the answer to this is simple and that it is a very tiny electrical generator. What is happening within this arrangement of Om particles is that they are moving very rapidly round and round, chasing one another’s tails, so to speak. It is this rotation of Om particles that causes a surrounding field of negative charge. Please note that in a later writing I will explain why it is that these Om particles are moving in this fashion but to keep the story simple here, just accept that they do and let us get on with the rest of my explanation here and discuss the mechanics of a proton.

Everyone is familiar with the common toy called a “Slinky”. Looking at the shape of a slinky, imagine taking one end of it and pulling it around so that it comes to join the other end. We now have an object that resembles what is usually referred to as a taurus. If we look closely to this taurus shaped object, and making the assumption that our slinky is a very special “super slinky” that has approximately 1,800 windings in it, we will now have a fair representation of a proton. Each winding inside a proton is actually a single electron but instead of sitting side by side, the electrons are connected in such a way that they create a spiral formation, one after another, until you have 1,800 of them just as our super slinky does in the above example.

Just like the electron, these windings are made up of Om particles that are flowing rapidly through this formation, going round and round. Eventually, after doing some 1,800 loops they return to their starting position, much like a stunt pilot who gets a bit carried away doing consecutive loop the loops in the sky to impress his audience.

If one were to examine the electrical field that is being generated by this formation, one would see that at relatively close distance, there is a charge of negative value. But, as one moves away, the charge value flip flops and becomes positive. The reason for this is that each of the individual loops within the proton are the same as an electron and are generating a negative charge field within their close proximity. This field is being generated along the axis that the individual Om particles are revolving around. The bulk of this field is contained within the body of the taurus shape itself. Stepping back it can be seen that there is a larger flow and a secondary axis of movement to consider.

This is the path takes us around and through the central mass of the taurus shape itself. This flow is revolving about the axis that the secondary charge is being generated and is the opposite in value to the charge generated by the individual windings. This axis passes through the central hole of the taurus and is of positive charge. It is the net effect of this charge living in the outer regions surrounding the proton that gives the observed positive charge that we detect when observing the proton interacting with its environment..

Now that I have defined that the proton is simply an arrangement of electrons connected together, I will explain how it is this construction that leads to opposite but equal values of charge for the proton vs. the electron. Looking at a single electron, let us say that the Om particles are moving within it at a specific steady velocity. The distance traveled by an Om particle for it to complete one lap around the electron I will call distance “x”. Now, assuming that the Om particles within the proton are moving in the same manner as those within the electron, the distance they will have to travel before they return to their starting position will be about 1,800 times “x”. Taking this a step further, if a single rotation of Om particles within an electron yields a charge of -1, we can now safely come to the conclusion that the body of Om particles within the proton, moving at a net rotational velocity 1/1,800 that of an electron but, there being 1,800 times as many of them doing so, results in a net charge of +1. Hence, our measured charges are opposite but equal in value. The other way to look at it is that the body of Om particles completes a single rotation about its axis 1,800 times faster than those within a proton. Again the same result, opposite but equal charge values.

Once that this is understood, we can move on to the next issue and that is why an electron within an atom maintains a certain distance from the proton and doesn’t collapse into it. One would logically conclude that since the proton is of positive charge and the electron is of a negative charge that the two should fall into one another in very short order. I am aware that quantum mechanics tries to explain this using what is called the uncertainty principal and that it is just a matter of probability that assigns the location of the electron around the nucleus of the atom, but I have a big problem with this. This “explanation” is no explanation at all. You might as well say that the electron is held out away from the proton by magical fairy dust as by probability. I do have to agree with Einstein fully on this one. God does not play dice with physics.

Looking at the above model of how the electron and proton are formed, another much more logical and mechanically reliable explanation surfaces. That is, since the charge close in to the proton is actually negative, the electron is kept at bay by this repulsive force. When you look at the charge fields surrounding the proton, the negative charge gradually gets weaker the further away from the surface you get and becomes replaced by a positive charge at a certain outlying distance. As one moves away even further, this outlying charge actually increases in strength until there is a maximal point where the charge is at its greatest and then will begin to wane if one moves away yet even further. It is at this point in the space around the proton that the electron is most tightly bound to. Sort of a “grange point” for the electron, if you will.

More complicated atomic structures that involve many protons, and neutrons, and electrons now become more readily understandable in how they behave. The electrons are all whirling about, avoiding one another because they have a like charge, yet are trapped within this certain area of space by the outerlying positive created by the protons packed together in the nucleus. This next begs the question as to why the nucleus is tightly bound together and not blown apart by the like charges that each of the protons posses. I will leave that to another writing, but rest assured that if you are able to accept what I have written so far, I do have a very nice and tidy explanation for this phenomenon as well as many others that seem to defy logic. That is until you look at them in a different light and are willing to throw away your fairy dust.

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