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  1. #1 Mass energy conversion and absurdities of modern science 
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    Mass energy conversion and absurdities of modern science
    It is accepted that mass at elementary level is not an additive unit and mass can be converted in energy and reciprocal at this level.
    As example, the binding energy of an electron to atom or the binding energy of a nucleon to nucleus is a consequence of a mass defect due to a mass energy conversion.
    The text analyses the case of a Bi atom, where there are electron ionization energies starting from few eV for the outer electrons up to 0,1 MeV for the inner electrons.
    According to special theory of relativity, up to 20% of electron mass might be converted into energy for an inner electron rotating around nucleus.
    But in this case, what is the meaning of electrostatic interaction between electron and nucleus?
    Practically, there are two contradictory explanations for the same experimental unit (ionization energy).
    Further the idea of mass quantification (looking from the point of view of relativity) is analysed.
    Of course, the model of proton made by few quarks becomes a general accepted one by actual mainstream physics. I'm sorry to say, but this oversimplified model must be abandoned, if the equivalence mass energy is right.
    It can be demonstrated that according to relativity an electron can have millions of elementary particles (letís invent a name for them!) and of course for a proton or neutron there must be more chunks.
    The link:
    http://www.elkadot.com/ro/nuclear/Energie_1.htm

    Best regards,
    Sorin Cosofret


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  3. #2 Re: Mass energy conversion and absurdities of modern science 
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    Quote Originally Posted by sorincosofret
    Mass energy conversion and absurdities of modern science
    It is accepted that mass at elementary level is not an additive unit and mass can be converted in energy and reciprocal at this level.
    As example, the binding energy of an electron to atom or the binding energy of a nucleon to nucleus is a consequence of a mass defect due to a mass energy conversion.
    The text analyses the case of a Bi atom, where there are electron ionization energies starting from few eV for the outer electrons up to 0,1 MeV for the inner electrons.
    According to special theory of relativity, up to 20% of electron mass might be converted into energy for an inner electron rotating around nucleus.
    But in this case, what is the meaning of electrostatic interaction between electron and nucleus?
    Practically, there are two contradictory explanations for the same experimental unit (ionization energy).
    Further the idea of mass quantification (looking from the point of view of relativity) is analysed.
    Of course, the model of proton made by few quarks becomes a general accepted one by actual mainstream physics. I'm sorry to say, but this oversimplified model must be abandoned, if the equivalence mass energy is right.
    It can be demonstrated that according to relativity an electron can have millions of elementary particles (letís invent a name for them!) and of course for a proton or neutron there must be more chunks.
    The link:
    http://www.elkadot.com/ro/nuclear/Energie_1.htm

    Best regards,
    Sorin Cosofret
    1) How do you decide electron mass is converted to energy? I assume you mean this happens for the destruction of the covalent bond for example.

    2) What evidence do you have that energy is converted into matter? I realize the mainstream makes this claim without proof, but you seem to also.


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