Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
April 18, 2016
Special theory of relativity, binding energy, atomic mass, mass deficit, mass-spectrometry, nuclear reactions, atomic nucleus, solar energy
Einsteinian formula E=mc² , declaring equivalence of such incompatible concepts as matter and its energy (i.e. finally its velocity) contradicts logic and common sense. Mass deficit revealed during measuring atomic masses of chemical elements has not to be qualified as an equivalent of binding energy, presumably used by nature to bind nucleons in atomic nucleus. Nucleons of atomic nuclei are bound together by the ethereal pressure. Mass deficits revealed during measuring atomic masses of chemical elements result from systematical errors of measurement ensuing from impossibility of the precise positioning of nuclides during their deflection by magnetic flow in mass-spectrometer. Solar energy creation by thermonuclear reaction of obtaining helium atoms from atoms of hydrogen is an unconfirmed and rather misleading hypothesis. Conducting in terrestrial conditions a thermonuclear reaction similar to the hypothetical solar one remains unsuccessful, not because of impossibility to imitate on Earth the solar conditions, but rather because of the principal impossibility of its conducting in any conditions.