Predicting the Masses, Volume 1, Introducing Chonomics

Predicting the Masses, Volume 1, Introducing Chonomics : Volume 1, Introducing Chonomics

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Predicting the Masses three volume set utilizes a new Grand Unification Theory to predict the masses of "elementary" particles from first principles according to a Neils Bohr style of energy calculations with circular orbits of particle sub-particles. In this model electrinos are employed instead of quarks. This volume (Volume 1, Introducing Chonomics) starts with the most basic introductory concepts of the new science chonomics and derives from first principles the masses of all "elementary" particles except mesons and baryons. Volume 2 calculates the masses of mesons, and Volume 3 calculates the masses of baryons. This Volume 1 derives a roadmap for the calculating from first principles of any "elementary" particle the masses of that particle, a feat in its own right.
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  • Paperback | 230 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 13.21mm | 403.7g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 150788043X
  • 9781507880432

About Gordon L Ziegler

Born in Mount Vernon, Washington September 20, 1946, Gordon L. Ziegler attended elementary schools in western and eastern Colorado, secondary school in eastern and western Washington, and college in eastern and western Washington, receiving a BS degree in physics from the University of Washington in August, 1987. Gordon worked eight years for the University of Washington as a Radiation Technician and nine years for the State of Washington as a Radiation Health Physicist. For several years he acted as the Radiological Dose Assessor for the State of Washington. His crowning accomplishment working in the Radiation Control Section for the Department of Health for the State of Washington was calculating Derived Intervention Levels (DILs) for interdiction of food and water in case of a radiation accident and emergency. My method went national and international. On July 3, 1992 I left state employment for a career of writing. I now have 22 books published.
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