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Many kinds of Forces: and now Nuclear Strong Force? Explaining subatomic nuclear forces… carried by water…

Posted on: May 20, 2022

Hydrophilia? Losing two Oxygen atoms (by mass) in the water molecule.

Hypersigmanometry? M-sigma relationship? caraboba cycle? Beaucalus?

How all the above terms describe the creation of life?

Note: Just increasing the dose of complexity? Never mind, it could be fun, in the long term.

Predicting the Nuclear Strong Force: Hydrophilia 𝜑

Alexander Tungcuu Le

Feb 24, 2022

This article was originally published on ResearchGate.

Further explanation in my future new book, The Singularity of Electromagnetics — Early Fundamentals of Beaucalus.

I’ve published about it on ResearchGate (here), and I’m using this Medium article to explain the concept of hydrophilia force and other –philic chemical affinities.

Let’s first think of hydrophilia that means

“we subtract mass from the force (hydrophilia constant) of the △ of 777 moles of H2O (6998.78088) divided by the △_{h2o} (16.12603206), all of that divided by the root-division of △_{h2o} from ◯_{c² joule}, equals 38.56324325 Newtons.”

Follow the Hypersigmanometry below.

Last Line: Hydrophilia

Our hydrophilic force is 38.56324325 Newtons.

We postulate that losing two Oxygen atoms (by mass) results in the hydrophilia, and when we try to describe what hydrophilia means, we can form Calculus symbols, as following:

M-Sigma Proof of Hydrophilia

The proof above suggest that hydrophilia is an m-sigma relationship. Wikipedia says (about m-sigma),

“The M–sigma (or Mσrelation is an empirical correlation between the stellar velocity dispersion σ of a galaxy bulge and the mass M of the supermassive black hole at its center.

The Mσ relation was first presented in 1999 during a conference at the Institut d’astrophysique de Paris in France.

The proposed form of the relation, which was called the ‘Faber–Jackson law for black holes’”

The m-sigma relationship to velocity dispersion agrees with my other theory about relative space, and no time or time as a constant.

The m-sigma relationship in that race to ‘X’ [from the last linked article] shows a dispersion in velocity.

But further interpretation says that the hydrophilia, as derived by subtracting m from F (in F=ma), forms hydrophilia as a deceleration subtraction.

This is all in the case of hydrophilic forces 𝜑.

At our current period, we form atomic based upon the Carbon atom; for instance, if we lose our hydrophilia (from 2 Oxygens reducing), losing water, we’d transmute into Boron (as below).

Reduction into Boron with Loss of Hydrophilia (2O)

We can also investigate into the formation of our mitochondrial DNA, as below:

Reduction of Hydrogen Mass into Mitochondrial DNA from Duplicating Hydrophilia

From here, we get a good frequency number, 12.1225465; where the 12 whole units may be represented by one Carbon atom, and the remainder of 0.1225465 may be represented as a distributed frequency of Hydrogenic atomics, or in helio-tomics, [12.1225465] / [3•1.00794] = 4.009017236 He [amu].

As when taking 0.1225465 and dividing it by 1.00794, it stays 0.12 for a caraboba cycle (three-turns/division-cycles) so that magnifying it by one resolute octave, we form a whole other Carbon atom, otherwise described to as the creation of life.

In any case, the above Calculus should be a good formula for the formation of our cellular work-engine, the mitochondria.

That is, it should be described as a process which births mitochondrial DNA from two slightly differentiated dipolar clocks of water molecules, drying up, oxidizing — losing one hydrogen atom; and this, is the formula for the birth of our mitochondrial genes.

Of course, it is best that I am thorough with the understanding of hydrogenics, and the formulae, that I hope to move forth in-with this writing; that is, we should also be interpreting the hydrophilia of two Carbon atoms fusing molecular structures.

That follows by, taking the hydrophilic constant, then subtracting two Carbon atoms (as similar to what we performed with Oxygen, earlier), which equals: 14.54124325 — giving us the hydrophilia of (2C:H1872629/1000) of two Carbon atoms.

With this hydrophilia of 2C:H1872629/1000 (14.54124325), let’s mathematically simulate how that hydrophilia forms mitochondrial DNA (C1H6) [with the following Calculus below].

Hydrophilia Division
Percentage of Success: 99.32590396%

We get a 99.32590396% scientific significance for our hydrophilia force calculations.

But with better clarity, we start by taking the hydrophilic 2C:H1872629/1000 hydrophilia of 14.54124325 and divide it by 6 hydrogen atoms [from C1H6], run that process of division through the magnitude of our Dewey decimal number scale, then find Carbon-affinity (carbophilia) by denominating the result from the [14.54124325 • 10] / [6 • 1.00794] by 12.011, giving us a: 2 α-particles 1872629 milli-β particles, a hydrocarbon-affinity of: C2H0.001872629.

The last bit of exponential Calculus is how we determined our scientific significance for our hydrophilia 𝜑 force calculations.

Furthering the Beaucalus discoveries of hydrophilia 𝜑 with natural nitrogen, forming ammonia and o-zone pollution, we can use the below Beaucalus to predict annihilations of anti-Oxygen and Oxygen atoms — synchronized fusions, as part of a hydrophilic 2N:6H hydrophila, where the remaining hydrophilia may form an 6-sided atom, as in Carbon, and form frequency wavelengths of carbo-philia — in the suspension/separation of natural nitrogen from three natural hydrogen atoms, undoing ammonia;

we may form.

Hydrophilia with Nitrogen Divide Oxygen

May we extend our hydrophilia 𝜑 force model to more complex chemical compositions like insulin (C257H383N65O77S6)? We can try. Let’s start by trying to figure out what sort of hydrophilia the hydrogen atoms and the oxygen atoms in the chemical formula for insulin possesses (below):

Determining the Hydrophilic 𝜑 Force

Then, let’s multiply our F𝜑H383O77+ hydrophilia force with each of the remaining atomic arrangements (in insulin): C257, N65, and S6, as below.

Root-Division of Sulfur Reduction From Hydrophilia Upon Carbon Absorption of Nitrogen

The last line is a contrasting square root operation of the sulfuric 6S:H4+ hydrophilia (in insulin) [-182.2760322] after 3076.629932 angles of division, starting with Carbon absorption, and denominating that Carbon absorption by 900.3181322 angles of nitrogen division(s).

The result suggests a good approximation for hydrophilia in insulin (since it is close to 1.0).

So What is Hydrophilia and Hydrophilic Forces?

My hypothesis is that it explains subatomic nuclear forces.

As hydrophilia refers to a particle’s dependence upon water; and hydrophilic 𝜑 forces are what carries the hydrophilia through energy conversion by General Relativity — that is, that the curvature of the space fabric, leads to a force being formed — carried by water.

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