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SACRED SOLIDS IN THE ATOMIC NUCLEUS

Dr Robert Moon’s Platonic solids model, which proposes an arrangement for protons within the atomic nucleus, is taken a step further with a reordering that allows for the free spin of proton shells within each geometric structure.

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Moon’s Model of the Atomic Nucleus

Dr Robert J. Moon proposed a model of the spatial distribution of nuclear protons that can be understood with the line of thought developed in the previous section. Before going on, I reproduce a dialogue between Fletcher James (FJ) and Dr Moon (RM) regarding the nature of his model:14

"FJ: Dr Moon, I have a fundamental question about what you are doing in filling in these solids. Are you proposing a structure in which you actually have, quantized within space, a fixed structure, and you have points, particles which are located at rigid fixed intervals from each other within the structure?

RM: No. You have singularities—singularities in space, particle singularities…

FJ: But at fixed, constant distances from each other? Or are you proposing that this is occurring in a phase space, and that there is a topological equivalence between this nesting?

RM: Well, no, this is actual space, so there should be a topological equivalent to it. But, this is, these singularities in space may have nothing in them. But they’re just a place where these particles can go."

Dr Moon suggested that the first stable structure to form is a cube, whose vertices would define the distribution of the eight protons in the nucleus of oxygen (8O) (figure 7a). After adding six more protons, the next shell to be completed is an octahedron. Altogether, they may reflect the symmetrical distribution of the 14 protons in the nucleus of silicon (14Si). The octahedron and the cube form a dual pair, so Dr Moon placed the vertices of the cube in the midpoints of the faces of the octahedron (figure 7b). These eight points are all contained in the inscribed sphere of the octahedron. So, actually, the inner cube structure would be able to move inside the octahedral structure according to the electrodynamic forces acting among the protons.

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In the December 2015 - January 2016 issue we have articles covering: PROJECT CENSORED’S TOP 25 NEWS STORIES; TRIALS & TRIBULATIONS: CLINICAL RESEARCH; HOW TO MANAGE THE IMMUNE SYSTEM; SACRED SOLIDS IN THE ATOMIC NUCLEUS—Part 2; NAN MADOL, CITY OF SPIRITS; SHADOW OF NEMESIS—Part 2; and SCIENCE NEWS, THE TWILIGHT ZONE, GLOBAL NEWS and more.