CHAPTER 4A: THE CLASSICAL MECHANICAL MODEL………

CHAPTER 4A: THE CLASSICAL MECHANICAL MODEL FOR THE ORBITERS’ STRUCTURAL CONFIGURATION PATTERN ABOUT AN ATOMIC NUCLEUS: The Foundation of the Classical Mechanics’ Hydrogen-Based Frequency Spectrum Scheme

Abstract

The Classic Mechanics regards two particles, namely electrons and positrons as orbiters about an atomic nucleus. Their dynamics about a nucleus are structured, orderly, predictable and continuous. The Pascal triangle’s model of coefficient arrays provides the essential majority characteristics envisaged in Classic Mechanics as efficiently defining the orbiters’ packing pattern over an atomic nucleus.

In addition to providing an orderly and structured orbiters’ configuration prototype, Pascal’s model leads to the articulation of the electron and positron as the smallest atoms with no nucleus and hence harboring zero atomic numbers each! These two particles are the same in everything, save having transverse-spins. The spin characteristic is engineered by the octal magnetic systems procured transversely by the unlike magnetic monopoles constituting the two particles as described in earlier Chapters of my work, especially Chapter 3B.

Among all other unique characteristics, it is the continuous movement of an orbiter between the several layers of shells or orbits about an atomic nucleus, which distances greatly Classic Mechanics, from Quantum Mechanics’ principles over orbiters’ dynamics about an atomic nucleus; for the latter considers an orbiter to execute its movements between shells in jump excursions. The continuous movement of an orbiter between shells is enabled by Planck’s radiation energy principle, which is shown in my work (Chapter 3B) to predict an orbiter’s total mechanical energy’s creation action (which is not mere conversion of (or part of) the orbiter’s mechanical energy) of radiation energy (in apparent ‘violation’ of the first law of thermal dynamics)!

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