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In this essay the writer presents evidence that one can describe the forces and energies inside the neutral pi-meson in a semi-classical way, with no reference to “quarks” --- which have never been observed in a physics lab. This evidence is based on the work of Ernest Sternglass (Ph.D., Cornell… Read More
Many years ago, before most of us were born, Dr. Ernest Sternglass (1923 --- 2015; Cornell University, B.S. 1944, M.S. 1951, Ph.D. 1953), demonstrated the possibility that the humble pi-meson might be composed of nothing but an electron-positron pair [ep-pair], in which the two little rascals (electron & positron)… Read More
Following Dr. Ernest Sternglass [Refs. 1 + 2], one can visualize the proton as composed of four electron-positron pairs [ep-pairs] and an unpaired positron at the center. Using this model, and Sternglass's "semi-classical" math approach, one can calculate a theoretical numeric value which agrees closely with the results of… Read More
In this model, one visualizes the neutron as composed of four [4] electron-positron pairs arranged in the shape of a tetrahedron, with a fifth "odd" pair at the tetrahedron's center. "Odd" because the electron & positron at the center are of different size and weight than that of the… Read More
Warning: this is not the conventional explanation. In 1961 Ernest Sternglass published in the Physical Review Journal a paper in which he showed the possibility that an electron and a positron can rotate [i.e., orbit] in a very tight orbit [radius approximately 0.7E-15 meter], each moving at almost the… Read More
Based on theoretical work by Dr. Ernest Sternglass and Dr. Menahem Simhony, one can argue that there is in our universe an aether-like substance ["epola"] which physicists have already "seen" by using particle accelerators ("atom smashers") in experiments which "discovered" some of the heaviest sub-atomic "particles". Because the standard… Read More

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God’s footprint, grounded as it is in the Logos of Existence, is shaped like a piece of pie, the edges of which meet where the observer’s edge of the pie and the opposite edge of the pie (the physical event edge) come together. The pie crust separates the observer from… Read More
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