If you have not put yourself into what micro physics
is, then understanding the basis for this
section is not present.
You may read the following
link and ensure you understand the contents.
Classic big bang and Micro physics
In the micro-physics I use radiation is a light beam
also called a high speed particle. It is not because I
have anything against wave physics as such, but it is
necessary to see the universe as a complete evolving
system where there is a connection between mass,
particles and also radiation. Radiation as wave physics
does not fit into the universe development machine.
Radiation is one of the universe's fundamental building
blocks and is included in all physical connections.
will show an interesting example which should give you
something to think about.
A blacksmith is knocking on a
piece of iron, the iron becomes hot and emits infrared
light. The smith has just by knocking on a piece of iron
reached the speed of light.
When a particle
decelerate it will always give its energy back in form
Here I show a picture of the most
common way to split a light beam on.
photons come when the light is deflected by the atomic
nucleus mass attraction. The places where there is impact of
photons spectral points appears, the rest of the tape is
There are two branches of
radiation physics (particle and wave physics). The
branch that I use is a further development of the particle
You should be aware that there is a big
difference of the two branches interpretation of the
properties of light.
When a particles velocity becomes larger, its
properties will be changed. When a particle reach the speed of light, we
get a very long particle as I call a light beam but it still
have has the same particle properties.
A light beam has mass deflection properties and is a
variant in the universe's particle system.
calculate a light beams energy, it is necessary to
calculate it from the light beam standard length c, with
All particles have a built-in
system to absorbing and emitting radiation. The way the
system works on is that it is not the whole string
length emitted but little bits each having the
same properties as a whole light beam. The string's
properties can be determined (wavelength and frequency)
by using the light beam mass attractiveness properties,
see the following figure.
A light beam deflected in a force field Fig. f 32
On the photon's transverse axis there is normal
Therefore, it is possible
because of the mass attraction between two particles to
calculate the light beam's deflection.
If we send
some light with different wavelengths from point A, the
light will arrive at point B with arrival times which is
longer than if the light beam is send in a
straight line (light speed is c).
We observe it
as if light hesitates. The light is an exact size that
always moves with speed c (it is one of most important
functions in the universe, see other sections).
The light hesitation has been known for some years. The
definition is that the speed of light c applies only to
light in vacuum. The explanation will people behind wave
physics accept, but to us who see the light as a
particle the explanation can not be accepled. There are
several reasons why this is interesting, among other
things, we want to know how light interacts with nuclear
material when it moves in solids, for example. can we
remove radiation loss in a conductor then we have a
A particle radiation
A particle is composed of the basic
nucleis as also the atomic nucleus is composed of . It is
the basic nuclei which treats radiation and is the
universes main building blocks. If a particle had
no basis nuclei the particle would neither have any absorption
and emission system.
It will take a second
to create a light beam with the length c which is a very
time in the world of atoms.
The basic nucleus starts
to emitters one light beam, but before it has reached to send
the entire string, it absorb another light beam. The two
amounts of energy amouts and the whole process starts
The basic nucleus emits therefore
light beam into small pieces,
where all every has the same properties as a whole
Of physical and mathematical reasons it
is necessary to calculate the entire the light beam´s
length to find the light beam´s diameter as it interacts
A base nucleus can be considered a machine that
continually absorbs and emits radiation and there are
millions of them in an atomic nucleus.
You can try to
imagine how small a basic nucleus is and it all takes
place constantly with the speed of light.
It is also
the basic nucleus which transforms the energy to
radiation in connection with a particle´s deceleration and
it is the one part which forms the the molecular binding
The basic nucleus is only stable in free standstill at the speed of light c
The basic nucleus is responsible for all radiation, so it is the one that determines the max. and min.
of the radiation size
Technical and mathematical sizes
The max. radiation value is 5.185681022 * 10-34kg or 4.6606576 * 10 -17joul
The min.. radiation value is greater than 0 joul
Al radiation lies within this range
and is an entire light beam.
Technical provision of Planck constant
E base = (V basis * c
2) * c 2
When a particle decelerate dv, will basic nuclei
redistribute the kinetic energy.
E Kinetic = (V basis * dv 2) * c 2
E Kinetic = (V basis * c 2) * dv2
We are then given dv2 = v
(frequency) = h merke = m basis = (V basis * c 2 )
The constant is technically determined and is one of the
universe's basic elements which I will not deviate from.
A deviation will affect other important construction
The constant is therefore technical specific
to 5.185681022 * 10 -34 kg * s.
without there being blended something measuring
equipment into it.See also.
Planck's constant h = 6.62606896 * 10 -34 J * s.
Device name is wrong
Planck's constant h = 6.62606896 * 10 -34 kg * s = E photon = (h * v ) J * s
The reason is probably that they see light as a wave and
a wave does not have any mass.
Photon internal structure
particle decelerates the basic nuclei
are supplied energy with the speed dv2
nucleus can not contain two different values of the
speeds (dv2) and we get a compression to the
highest value c2. The volume is reduced and
the speed increases to c.
There is nothing new in
compression, we know it from the big bang.
m basis2 = (V basis * c 2) + (V basis* dv
2) = m basis2= (V basis * c 2)
+ (V photon * c 2)
If the basic nucleus could not transform kinetic energy
by compression, the nucleus would not be ableto emit a light beam with the velocity c
beams has the velocity c, it is the volume of the light
beam which forms the light beam´s diameter.
It is the light
beam is diameter that ineracts with a force field and
make sure we get a deflection.
If the basic nucleus is in rest in proportion to the
universe is coordinates (0,0,0) and emits one light beam is
the string length c.
If the nucleus is moving toward or away from the photon
is emission line the string length
will be longer or shorter and get another string diameter and another deflection when it interacts in a force field,
The phenomenon is observed as a displacement in the line
spectrum, also called red and blue displacement
Notes kinetic energy and radiation
Ex. a proton consists of about 3.2 million basic nuclei
which are bound together and forms the whole mass of the
proton. When the proton deaccelerates all the basic
nuclei as the proton consists of will be allocated the energy
mbasis = Vbasis * dv2.
The energy´s redistributed between the basic nuclei before
they are emitted as radiation, therefore we get
many different emission wavelengths.
Therefore, we can not make a calculation for the individual wavelengths, but only the mean value, which is also called black body radiation
of the individual particle.
If you want to do some tests with deflection of a light string in a force field, you must first calculate the
light string diameter and determine the distance between
the atomic nuclei as shown in Fig. F32
You need a set of formulas for mass attraction and put a computer simulated model up. I would not recommend that you use the old
heavy mass attractiveness formulas, but instead use the new light formulas
Classic big bang.