The Atom – An Organism

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Bent Rolf Pettersen – Isource, Bergen, Norway

Series: Physics Research and Technology
BISAC: SCI055000; SCI074000; SCI051000
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52305/MQCW3008

Can atoms be looked upon in an organism metaphor?

This book shows how groups of quarks and particles become atoms through energy growth and fusion. Atoms seem to have an advanced management system. They constantly perform several advanced tasks: the strong nuclear force, the attractive force, the repulsive force, and several other energy tasks. In addition, atoms seem to communicate with each other and are aware of their surroundings. They also constantly convert energy through Atomic Phase Displacement.  These actions indicate an advanced management system. Atoms seem to act upon external information to preserve their structures.

The properties of the attractive force are discussed, and a model combining atomic bindings and gravity is presented. This model works with quantum mechanics and astrophysics. Energy balance in atoms, dark energy, and dark matter are also included in the model – the ilefos model. The ilefos model suggests that atoms have a complex management system that can be looked upon in an organism metaphor.

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Table of Contents

List of Figures

Chapter 1. Introduction

Chapter 2. Energies

Chapter 3. Quarks

Chapter 4. Atoms

Chapter 5. Atomic Actions

Chapter 6. Proton

Chapter 7. Neutron

Chapter 8. Uni Particles

Chapter 9. Atomic Phase Displacement

Chapter 10. Ilefos – The Attractive Force

Chapter 11. Uni Power – The Repulsive Force

Chapter 12. The Strong Nuclear Force

Chapter 13. Dielectricity

Chapter 14. Dimensional Energies

Chapter 15. Three Types of Quarks

Chapter 16. An Atomic Operating System

Chapter 17. Atoms as an Organism

Chapter 18. Energy Balance in Atoms

Chapter 19. The Nature of Energy and Gravity Tracks

Chapter 20. The Weakening of Atomic Bindings

Chapter 21. Particles and How Matter and Atoms Are Created and Evolve

Chapter 22. Atomic DNA

Chapter 23. Dark Matter Atoms

Chapter 24. The Altering Energy Levels of Atoms

Chapter 25. The Periodic Table

Chapter 26. Qperiodic System

Chapter 27. Conclusion

Chapter 28. Articles

Chapter 29. Paradigm Shifts and Research

Chapter 30. General Relativity, Is a Theory with Weaknesses – New Approaches to Gravity and the Expansion of the Universe

Chapter 31. Atomic Phase Displacement – Conversions of Energies in Atoms

Chapter 32. How Atoms Release Energy to Preserve Their Structure

Index

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