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Fundamental Journal of Modern Physics

ISSN: 2249-9768
Volume 2, Issue 1, 2011, Pages 1-88


Fractal physics theory - nucleons and the strong force
Author(s): Leonard J. Malinowski
Pages: 23-72
Received: April 4, 2011
This fourth article, in a series of five, intends to demonstrate the value of applying Fractal Physics Theory to further understanding of nucleon structure and nucleon interactions. An ideal neutron is assumed, as a limiting case, to be composed of 100% subquantum scale Hydrogen atoms. With this assumption and identifying the pre-solar system mass with the mass of a cosmic scale neutron, it appears possible to derive the masses of all the nucleons. The strong nuclear force is discussed by introducing subquantum scale fusion, lilliputian scale electromagnetic forces, and lilliputian scale gravity.

Keywords and phrases

fractals, Lilliputian gravity, nucleons, strong force.


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