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    Would be dynamic gravity being detected in the LHC ?
    Posted on Tuesday, October 19, 2010 @ 20:52:54 GMT by vlad

    Science WGUGLINSKI writes: Dynamic gravity can be the answer for many phenomena not explained by the current Nuclear Physics.

    For instance, in the interaction proton-neutron, when they have the same spin the interaction is 40% stronger than when they have anti-parallel spins.  Such phenomenon is well-known by nuclear physicists, and they arrived to the following conclusion:  the spin influences the interaction proton-neutron.

    But the interaction proton-neutron occurs through the strong nuclear force.  While the spin interaction is electromagnetic, which is 100 times weaker than the strong force.  Therefore, by considering the prevailing nuclear physics, the spin cannot have influence on the proton-neutron interaction.

    The influence of the spin in the proton-neutron interaction can be explained only by considering a new sort of gravity:  the dynamic gravity.

    This is explained in the book Quantum Ring Theory, by W. Guglinski, in the chapter “Strong Nuclear Force as a Consequence of Gravitational Interactions”, in the item “Interaction Proton-Neutron” (page 199).

    According to Quantum Ring Theory, the strong nuclear force is caused by the dynamic gravity (it increases with the growth of the velocity of the particles).

    Nuclear theorists have discarded the hypothesis that strong nuclear force could have gravitational origin because the leptons do not interact through the strong force.  Nevertheless, in Quantum Ring Theory it’s proposed an explanation for such behavior of the leptons.


    Last month the researchers of the Large Hadron Collider have announced the discovery of a new phenomenon:  in the interactions proton-proton they were intimately linked, in a way that was never seen before in this type of collisions:
    http://news.softpedia.com/news/New-Physical-Phenomenon-Found-at-LHC-157589.shtml

    In the experiments performed in the LHC, the protons get velocities never seen before in any experiment, and, if dynamic gravity indeed exists, then its occurrence in the experiments of LHC has never been obtained before in any experiment.  And so it’s reasonable to suppose that such new phenomenon observed in the proton-proton interaction can be credited to the increase of the dynamic gravity, since the faster the protons are then stronger the dynamic gravity is.


     
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