Quantum mechanics is wrong from beginning Yet another SAM

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Quantum mechanics is wrong from beginning Yet another SAM

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In 1913, quantum mechanics began with Bohr's atomic model.  There was a defect which can not be explained by classical physics in this atomic model. Niels Bohr thought about the reasons for electrons to travel around the nucleus without losing energy. Since negative electrons are attracted to the plus nucleus, they should have fallen into the nucleus. The De Broglie wave and the quantization were introduced there.

As a result of introducing a de Broglie wave and a wave function, electrons became clouds unnoticed. Uncertainty principle, Schrödinger's cat is the cause of being born. Let's think about it more.

The electrons around the nucleus need not fall. Neutrons in the nucleus are made up of protons and electrons. There is a minus electron in the nucleus. Electrons are attracted to the plus of nuclei, but they repel minus. Electrons are loosely fixed near the nucleus by electric attraction and repulsion. This mechanism is similar to planetary revolution.

The nucleus has a structure in which protons and protons are bonded by electrons. The point that neutrons are made up of protons and electrons is the same as SAM. However, SAM does not seem to acknowledge the influence of the electron coulomb power inside the nucleus on the outside.

In order to distinguish this idea from SAM(Structured Atom Model), I want to call atomic model loosely fixed around atomic nucleus SEAM(Static Electron Atom Model).

This is a diagram where triple deuterium beta decay into helium 3. I think that the difference between SAM and SEAM is well understood. Interestingly, SEAM can explain well about the neutrinos associated with the beta decay.

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ja7tdo, great post, it's great to see new ideas posted. Our goal with this site is to get a discussion going about these concepts, there is so much to learn

I agree with you that the inner electrons are static. SAM states an atom must be in a static state in order for it to be stable. However the planetary model for the outer electrons seems unlikely, it appears those electrons are also static and are held in place as you stated by the combined attraction and repulsion of the protons and electrons in the nucleus.

SAM was initially created looking at how the protons are structured. The proton structure alone is why we claim SAM explains many aspects of the elements such as valence, nuclear spin, isotopes, stability, etc.

It's only been the last couple of months that we started looking seriously at the inner electrons. I just recently added to the Atom Viewer the ability to show where the electrons might be located. We've just started studying this and the results are exciting. We're not ready to publish any of it yet because there is still a lot to learn. However we've found strong evidence the placement of the inner electrons is instrumental in chemistry - which is how it should be.

I think we really need to step back and look again at what the proton and electron are. SAM postulates there is only one force, the electrostatic force. SAM also states there are only two 'particles', the proton and electron. This is what all matter is made of. This is a huge simplification over the 200+ sub-atomic particles Quantum Mechanics theorizes. (SAM doesn't attempt to describe gravity but it is thought to be an electrical effect.)

We think of electrons and protons as particles, and in SAM the proton is a solid particle. However the electron is mysterious, scientists usually think of it as a wave. I've pictured it in the Atom Viewer as a point with a field around it, but we don't really know what it is.

The protons and electrons are duals of each other, they are opposites. So if the proton is a solid, hard, positive particle, then the electron is a negative formless field, or wave - everything a proton is not. I think of the electron as a sticky, gooey, syrup, it's not a very scientific description but it does describe how it behaves.

I'd love to get a discussion going about the proton and electron and brainstorm about different possibilities. Allow anyone to throw out ideas and see where it leads.

At first, my interest was in the earthquake. While thinking about the earthquake, I reached the rotation of the Earth and noticed the essence of gravity. There is no useless thing in nature. All phenomena, things are related. The atomic structure is also the same. The huge amount of neutrinos falling on the ground is related to something. I would like to think with you all.