San José State University
Thayer Watkins
Silicon Valley
& Tornado Alley

The Nature of the So-Called
Nuclear Strong Force

The Conflation of Disparate Phenomena


What conventional theory calls the nuclear strong force is made up of two disparate phenomena: Exclusive spin pairing and non-exclusive interaction of nucleons.

In a nucleus wherever possible the nucleons are linked together through spin pair formation into rings of alpha modules which rotate in four different modes at rapid rates. This rapid rotation results in each nucleon being effectively smeared uniformly throughout a spherical shell.

The nucleons are organized in spherical shells containing at most certain numbers of nucleons. These nuclear magic numbers are explained by a simple algorithm.

Dynamically a nucleus is basically composed of concentric spherical shells which repel each other. This mutual repulsion results in a stable arrangement in which the centers of the concentric spherical shells coincide.

Thus a nucleus is held together by the linkages created by the formation of spin pairs. The rings of alpha modules rotate to create the dynamic appearance of concentric spherical shells which are held together through the repulsion of the nucleonic forces. Neutron spin pairs outside of the concentric spheres are held by their attraction to the concentric spheres. So all of the nuclear forces are involved in holding a nucleus together

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