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The world ether is filled with gravitons. A positron rotating in the ether twists around itself graviton spheres, which increase its mass and turn it into a proton. The graviton spheres of the positron attract an electron to it, giving rise to a neutron. A proton, having lost some of its rotational energy, with its atomic graviton spheres - (unlike nuclear graviton spheres, which attract an electron to a proton, turning it into a neutron) - attracts an electron to itself, turning it into a hydrogen atom.
Catalog: Physics 
28 days ago · From Gennady Tverdohlebov
If a ray of light is passed through a glass prism, then we get a set of multicolored rays. And it is these rays that are what we call the daylight or sunlight. Thus, light is a set of multi-colored photons. And the photon itself is a quantum of one or another color.
Catalog: Physics 
196 days ago · From Gennady Tverdohlebov
Summary A new concept of electricity is needed primarily because the modern concept of electricity believes that the conduction current is the movement of free electrons with stationary ions. But Faraday two hundred years ago put an experiment that showed that the conduction current is a movement, both negative and positive charges In addition, the current concept of electricity is not able to explain, for example, how an electric current generates magnetism, how superconductivity is formed, how the current is rectified, etc. The new concept of electricity must begin with the realization that the ether is not only the medium of light propagation, but the environment in which natural and artificial electric currents are distributed. Key words: superconductivity, photoelectric effect, current, electron, positron, graviton.
Catalog: Physics 
446 days ago · From Gennady Tverdohlebov

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