Beta Decay Explanation (Abstract)

I have drawn this picture for summarizing our Beta Decay explanation. Today I have pictured “Proton” and “Neutron” as the same “particle” at different times and with opposite spins. So Proton would be the “anti-particle”  of neutron and vice versa.

We think that electrons, protons, neutrons and neutrinos are cyclically variable gravitational fields placed in the intersection (in the case of  the electron) or inside (in the case of neutrons, protons and neutrinos) of the gravitational fields of matter 1 and 2.

Then, “Neutrons” and “protons” are contracted gravitational fields placed inside of  the contracted gravitational field of matter 1 or 2; they experience the the higher gravitational pressure of the system.

And “Neutrinos” are expanded gravitational fields located inside of the expanded gravitational field of matter 1 or 2; they experience the lower gravitational pressure of the system.

So each proton, neutron or neutrino arte temporary consequences of the variations of the gravitational fields that create them.

Here there are two intersected gravitational fields that vary with opposite phases (when one of them is contracted the another one is expanded). Their matters, 1 and 2, are “fermions”; there is electronical asymmetry.

(For us, when gravitational fields vary with the same phases – both expand and contract at the same time – there are other different consequences: their gravitational variations create Alfa and Gamma radiations and decays that we will summarize in another post. There is electronical symmetry; their matters are “bosssons”). 

I hope this picture could clarify partially the previous post.

Best.

Abstract_Beta-Decay

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