TY - JOUR
TI - Spino ether and its vortices: leptons and hadrons
AB - According to the theory advanced by the author, space is occupied by a spino ether lattice. Where no spino lattice exists, there are black holes. The spino is a kind of massive neutrino with a rest mass of about 7.39x10/sup -47/g and a diameter of 4.56x10/sup -34/cm. The distance between spinos in the spino lattice is about 2x10/sup -10/cm. Spino ether is ubiquitous in all matter, pervades atoms and their nuclei and penetrates matter with no resistance. In fact, hadrons and leptons are shown to be vortices of the spino ether. About one km/sup 3/ of space contains spino ether having a mass equal to 10/sup 80/ baryons, equivalent to the total mass of our universe. If the distances between spinos equaled their diameters, 4.56x10/sup -34/cm instead of 2x10/sup -10/cm, then the diameter of the mass equivalent to our universe would be about 2cm. This is in agreement with the size of the premordial universe, before its explosion, as calculated earlier by other theories. It is conjectured that explosions of energy and mass in space are more frequent on a smaller scale than those in the universe, for example novas, or even on a still smaller scale usually associated with the birth of different nuclei. The abundance of iron in the solar corona, on the surface of Mars, and in the Martin sky appears to be due to hadron formation from space itself.
AU - "Skorski, R [College of Engineering, Univ. of Alabama, Alabama (USA)]"
KW - "72 PHYSICS OF ELEMENTARY PARTICLES AND FIELDS"
KW - "71 CLASSICAL AND QUANTUM MECHANICS, GENERAL PHYSICS"
KW - "HADRONS"
KW - "POSTULATED PARTICLES"
KW - "LEPTONS"
KW - "MARS PLANET"
KW - "CHEMICAL COMPOSITION"
KW - "DIMENSIONS"
KW - "REST MASS"
KW - "SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION"
KW - "SOLAR CORONA"
KW - "ELEMENTARY PARTICLES"
KW - "SPINORS"
KW - "VORTICES"
KW - "DISTRIBUTION"
KW - "FERMIONS"
KW - "MASS"
KW - "PLANETS"
KW - "645203* - High Energy Physics- Particle Interactions & Properties-Theoretical- Weak Interactions & Properties"
KW - "645205 - High Energy Physics- Particle Interactions & Properties-Theoretical- Strong Interactions, Baryon No. = 0- (-1987)"
KW - "645206 - High Energy Physics- Particle Interactions & Properties-Theoretical- Strong Interactions, Baryon No. = 1- (-1987)"
KW - "640104 - Astrophysics & Cosmology- Solar Phenomena"
DO - https://doi.org/
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CY - Korea, Republic of
PY - 1977
DA - 1977-03-01
LA - English
J2 - J. Korean Phys. Soc.; (Korea, South)
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