Edwin Kaal electron-proton model

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Edwin Kaal electron-proton model

Unread postby Webbman » Wed Mar 14, 2018 5:32 am

https://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/2018/03/11/edwin-kaal-the-proton-electron-atom-a-proposal-for-a-structured-atomic-model-eu2017/

i think the point he is missing is that the neutron aka proton-electron aka condensed hydrogen is a double layer mechanism.

like all other double layers its purpose is to seperate charges. How you get neutrons in the first place is that they simply dont destroy eachother when attracted. They embed into eachother and this can only be sustained while there is another free proton to balance it like he showed early in the video.

great video
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Re: Edwin Kaal electron-proton model

Unread postby +EyeOn-W-ANeed2Know » Thu Mar 29, 2018 8:30 pm

I think Edwin might just find something valuable to his model in the work of Luca Turin.
He was able to find a replacement for Coumarin, a VERY valuable (but carcinogenic) scent molecule to the perfume industry by finding a molecule with a similar shape & vibrational profile.
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Re: Edwin Kaal electron-proton model

Unread postby Will the Electrician » Sun May 06, 2018 4:40 pm

After having looked into Edwin Kaal's Structured Atomic Model for a while now since the TBP posted his EU2017 presentation (My first introduction to SAM), I have found his model to be potentially the key to understanding electric universe theory as a whole. His model obeys the fundamental laws of electromagnetism, and also eloquently nods to sacred geometry, organic equilibrium structure mechanics, and frequency/shape relationships. Perhaps, most importantly, his model explains why chemical reactions occur in the way they do, due to the geometry of electrically unstable points in the atom.
According to his model,
Nobel gases are not reactive because, they are in an electrical equilibrium and have no need or "desire" to exchange energy with other atoms. And other elements that are reactive, have a weak and or strong point at one or more places in their geometrical and electric bond make up. I for one find that to be utterly exciting, and fascinating.
Perhaps the greatest promise of his model is that he easily does away with the imaginary "Strong Nuclear Force" and replaces it with greater simplicity and greater strength of the Electromagnetic force. The Future is Electric.
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Re: Edwin Kaal electron-proton model

Unread postby antimony » Sun May 27, 2018 1:32 am

I tried to google to find more information on the subject, but i didnt find much on it.
I thought that it would be more information besides just the presentation Edwin Kaal did on EU2017.

Are there something that I have missed?
I wanted to know if there may be a pdf or something that compiled the info.
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Re: Edwin Kaal electron-proton model

Unread postby D_Archer » Sun May 27, 2018 3:44 am

Hi antimony,

Edwin has a website https://etherealmatters.org/sam

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Re: Edwin Kaal electron-proton model

Unread postby InnerSpace » Sun Jun 10, 2018 12:16 am

I am glad to see another presentation suggesting that electrons can be held internally within the nucleus structure.

The linking of nucleus structure to the platonic geometries and thence to chemical bonding and valency electron sites is most interesting.

If you are interested in Edwin Kaal's model then you may also care to take a look at the Energy-centric approach of E2M (Energy to Matter), which I posted a couple of days ago in the 'Future of Science' stream at http://thunderbolts.info/forum/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=17084 titled 'Energy Model : Does it sit well with the EU model?'.
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Re: Edwin Kaal electron-proton model

Unread postby spark » Wed Jul 04, 2018 1:55 am

I think this will help improve Edwin Kaal's Atomic model and make it more accurate.

Masses in space and atoms do not accelerate towards each other nor attract each other, they are actually attracted to and accelerate towards the null point in the ether/medium between the two masses and two atoms. You can make this null point visible to eyes in ferrocell. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WkVC7lqc--0

I think ferrocell will help describing what's actually happening between atoms, protons, neutrons, etc. on subatomic level.

Electrons don't exist as particles according to Nikola Tesla, Oliver Heaviside, James Clerk Maxwell & Charles Proteus Steinmetz. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5IwgRNS1Frs

This book will help improve Edwin Kaal's Atomic model further. https://archive.org/details/magnetism1small
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