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Douglas Christian
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In quantum chromo dynamic physics, the nucleus is held together significantly by the exchange of pions consisting of a quark and an anti-quark such as the pi0 pion consisting of an up quark and an up-anti-quark, or a down quark and a down anti-quark, and these are formed by the annihilation of an electron by a collision with a positron emitting a special quantum frequency photon which becomes a quark and an anti-quark as they give off a gluon. It takes two such interactions to form a quark anti-quark combination that is going the same direction that can combine to form a pion to help hold the nucleus together. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gluon
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Part of my theory, the Douglas Luke Christian Bromsted Eberman theory, is about the notion that protons are fundamental solids in a cross/plus shape, similar to the plus/cross shape that a photon makes with its E and B wave as it is going directly away from you. I just recently discovered that if you combine two, you get something like jacks:
http://www.photo-dictionary.com/photofiles/list/991/1446jacks.jpg
Except with no bulb on the ends. Two makes a nice balanced shape and corresponds with Helium. The next nice balanced shape is 10 of them in 5 sets of 2, in another cross shape, and it makes the next Nobel gas, and it makes Neon. The next nice balanced shape is too again make something jacks like, by adding two more sets of 2, and then extend out four of them in 4 sets of 2 to make another cross shape, Argon, etc.
My theory matches up well with the noble gasses. It predicts that there will be no stable elements past Californium, which fits well with observed data.
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The electron orbitals match up well with the proton shapes, you can see it most easily in the x,y an z p orbitals. The proton shapes work out better on even numbered elements. There should be a pattern in the periodic table where even elements have one pattern, and odd numbered elements have another. Each individual proton looks like a cross or plus shape, with mass/gravity in the middle as well as at all four points, and the rods of the proton generate the electric force. Two protons together make a jacks shape, and the points of a jack make something whose points are the same as an 8 sided dice, if you connect four more sets of two jacks you get something sort of cross shaped again, and you get Neon, if you connect four more sets of two jacks you get a completely surrounded center jack, and you get Argon. At this point the outer area is more complex and demands another 10 elements before hitting nobility again. 
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I'm reading more about the standard model quantum chromo dynamics theory for what holds a nucleus together. Apparently it has to do with the constant color change of the quarks and the resolving of color sameness  with the exchange of down quarks between protons and other protons or protons and neutrons. This exchange sharing of down quarks is key to the glue that holds protons and neutrons together in the nucleus. The only thing that makes no sense is the one exception: a single proton hydrogen - when the pion mesons change its color and it has no other proton or neutron to exchange with it should break apart due to lack of color balance, but I guess they have the single proton in hydrogen as mysteriously skipping the pion meson caused color change - it just remains one red quark, one blue quark and one green quark always, and unchanging, the one exception to the constant exchange that all other nuclei experience. 
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I misspoke as the the secret rationale for the complexity of subatomic particle physics involving Hadrons, Up Quarks, Down Quarks, Down Anti-quarks, Pions, Rho mesons, etc. I said the complexity was too keep the riff-raff out, the real goal is to keep the U.S. government funding people from understanding the fundamental research well enough to cut some of the funding that will never lead to a useful product. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rho_meson
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I'm still working with my proton plus shape, and two protons making a jack, with the same points as an 8 side die. It looks like if you keep gluing 8 sided dice together, you eventually max out on the last perfect balanced shape of a 20 sided dice, at Cerium, I think. Interesting element, incredibly reactive. After Cerium things should slowly get increasingly unstable, 40 more elements later we hit what is essentially the last real element, Californium. After that its stuff that exists in the lab only, if at all, never heard of anyone finding or building anything over a kilogram of anything past Californium.
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I call it the Schwarzschild effect because he discovered the Schwarzschild radius, which is crucial to my theory as I consider that every object of mass, even an individual proton, must have a Schwarzschild radius. Karl Schwarzschild figured out the Schwarzschild radius and then died later that year at the age of 42. I'm just certain he would have thought up this whole theory himself if he had only lived one more year. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karl_Schwarzschild
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It is interesting that if you use Einstein's E=mc^2 equation starting with the energy equivalent from the relativistic mass of an electron, you get the first measure of the wavelength for Cosmic Background radiation measure here: http://hypertextbook.com/facts/2004/HeatherFriedberg.shtml
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