Executive Summary

By incorporating angular momentum and thereby solving Einstein’s Unitary Field Theory, and Schrödinger’s wave functions, we have been able to derive the proton 2.7928 magneton, the neutron structure and its -1.9135 magneton, ½-spin, and neutrino, deuterium’s, tritium’s, helium-3’s and helium-4’s binding energies, magnetons and spins, and the tau, kaon, pion and muon mass energies in terms of the Classical F_{C} = k_{e}e^{2}/r^{2} coulomb relation and Relativistic 1 = 1_{o}(1 – v^{2}/c^{2})½ and m = m_{o}/(1 – v^{2}/c^{2})^{½} Lorentz Transformations.

W. T. Gray has mathematically linked relativity to quantum mechanics through interchangeable exchanges using a classical physics analysis and Bohr’s correspondence principle from the perspective of the electron based upon Bohr’s correspondence principle.

Schrödinger’s quantum interpretation based upon Planck’s Constant as a unit of energy can only predict electron behaviors in terms of probabilities. However, by interpreting Planck’s Constant as a force-space-time energy density and changing the observer’s perspective to that of the electron which knows its position 100% of the time it was possible to develop a proton:electron:proton nuclear model that explains and derives specific values for 60 unexplained phenomena (see table below) to within 1% of their empirical values:

For the: | Calculated phenomena: |

proton | magneton |

neutron | magneton, structure, spin |

neutrino | energy, structure, spin |

deuterium | magneton, structure, spin, binding energy |

tritium | magneton, structure, spin, binding energy |

helium-3 | magneton, structure, spin, binding energy |

helium-4 | magneton, structure, spin, binding energy |

lithium-6 | magneton, structure, spin, binding energy |

lithium-7 | magneton, structure, spin, binding energy |

carbon-12 magneton, structure, spin, binding energy

carbon-14 magneton, structure, spin, binding energy

nitrogen-14 magneton, structure, spin, binding energy, ½-life

tau +/- origin, mass energy

tau neutrino origin, energy

kaon +/- origin, mass energy

kaon ° origin, mass energy

pion +/- origin, mass energy

pion ° origin, mass energy

muon +/- origin, mass energy

muon neutrino origin, energy

Lastly, subsequent to the above discoveries we have been able to explain why only matter forms in our expanding Universe, but anti-matter does not, and why Black Holes allow low energy infrared to escape but not light from within the visible spectrum.