Spring Semester 1970 I was taking Physics 101 along with three hundred other first year students at the University of British Columbia. I had just missed hearing R. Buckminster Fuller in the same Hebb Theatre the week before. The lecture hall had been full to overcrowding with another hundred in the entrance foyer and doorway. I would have rather listened to "Bucky" than this prof.
There was a chapter on atomic energy in the text and we were using two famous equations: E = MC squared and E = Planck's Constant times frequency to calculate how much mass was being converted into energy. The gamma rays created during fission were very tiny masses released as energy. A question occurred to me. What mass was being converted into energy as, by definition, protons, neutrons and electron always had the same atomic mass? A proton is always a proton. I asked the professor, "Has a proton or neutron ever been found to be a fraction of one atomic mass unit?" The professor said, "No."
If in all the billions of years of fission of uranium ores in the crust of the earth and the billions of years of fusion in the stars to create helium and carbon had not changed the weight of protons then where is the energy derived? There was a huge hole in the lesson that was not being addressed at the Physics 101 level.
A year later, I was out of university. I heard at one Melchizedek lesson that the atomic explosions at Hiroshima and Nagasaki split the fourth dimensional souls of many people at ground zero in both cities. The disintegration of a soul is a disaster and angelic beings gathered up the fragments and then took the fragments back in time to a point where the pieces could be recombined. Those souls lost memories and the understanding and wisdom of the experiences. They had to travel a parallel life path for a second time to gather again what they had lost.
The fusion explosions ripped holes in both the third and fourth dimensions and the energies were multidimensional. Also the universe moves to make whole that which was broken. Nature abhors fractional atomic mass units and fractional souls. Whether a missing piece of a proton is replaced or the energy is from an alchemical breakdown of the interdimensional energies knitting the third and fourth dimensions together. Either way, is the energy of fission or fusion actually atomic?
The mass/energy equation E = MC squared is brought into question too. Does it truly apply to fission and fusion energies? Probably not. Maxwell's equations are closer to the truth.
The energy released by A-bombs and H-bombs is not consistent. The Bikini H-bomb was supposed to be in the six to eight megaton range but topped out at fourteen megatons. Chain reactions in nuclear plants are uneven with every reactor vessel different even in identical vessels. The full moon affects neutron density and astrologers are needed to predict energy outputs. E = MC squared is used as it is near the correct order of magnitude of energies released but it does not define where the energies are derived.
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