The basic building blocks of atoms are positrons and electrons. Both are produced in large quantities as a result of cosmic z-pinches.
Atoms
In order to understand this process how the size limit comes about, we first need to look at photon condensation
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Positrons and electrons, with their opposite charges will be attracted to each other both end to end and end to centre since both have central lateral aether fields (see Electrons & Positrons) which contain predominantly positive or negative i-neutrinos. They will therefore naturally form into clusters.
Photon Condensation
Protons and Neutrons
The ‘bonds’ between these clusters are the points at which the neutrino clouds around the positive and negative quanta of the electrons and positrons interact producing attraction.
Although some random aggregation and clustering of nearby positrons and electrons will undoubtedly occur, the chief mechanism for clusters to grow is from within, through photon condensation (see next page). In this process, in the high field environment of a cosmic z-pinch, gamma ray photons are triggered by the highly charge imprinted neutrinos within the clusters to transform by photon condensation into electron-positron pairs. These pairs then aggregate further and the clusters will rapidly grow in size until they reach a size limit, at which point they become protons.
The basic building blocks of atoms are positrons and electrons. Both are produced in large quantities as a result of cosmic z- pinches.
Atoms
In order to understand this process how the size limit comes about, we first need to look at photon condensation
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Positrons and electrons, with their opposite charges will be attracted to each other both end to end and end to centre since both have central lateral aether fields (see Electrons & Positrons) which contain predominantly positive or negative i-neutrinos. They will therefore naturally form into clusters.
Photon Condensation
Protons and Neutrons
The ‘bonds’ between these clusters are the points at which the neutrino clouds around the positive and negative quanta of the electrons and positrons interact producing attraction.
Although some random aggregation and clustering of nearby positrons and electrons will undoubtedly occur, the chief mechanism for clusters to grow is from within, through photon condensation (see next page). In this process, in the high field environment of a cosmic z-pinch, gamma ray photons are triggered by the highly charge imprinted neutrinos within the clusters to transform by photon condensation into electron- positron pairs. These pairs then aggregate further and the clusters will rapidly grow in size until they reach a size limit, at which point they become protons.
The basic building blocks of atoms are positrons and electrons. Both are produced in large quantities as a result of cosmic z-pinches.
Atoms
In order to understand this process how the size limit comes about, we first need to look at photon condensation
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Positrons and electrons, with their opposite charges will be attracted to each other both end to end and end to centre since both have central lateral aether fields (see Electrons & Positrons) which contain predominantly positive or negative i-neutrinos. They will therefore naturally form into clusters.
Photon Condensation
Protons and Neutrons
The ‘bonds’ between these clusters are the points at which the neutrino clouds around the positive and negative quanta of the electrons and positrons interact producing attraction.
Although some random aggregation and clustering of nearby positrons and electrons will undoubtedly occur, the chief mechanism for clusters to grow is from within, through photon condensation (see next page). In this process, in the high field environment of a cosmic z-pinch, gamma ray photons are triggered by the highly charge imprinted neutrinos within the clusters to transform by photon condensation into electron- positron pairs. These pairs then aggregate further and the clusters will rapidly grow in size until they reach a size limit, at which point they become protons.