7th February 1996
Mr. Fanish Roy,
Thank you for agreeing to rewrite my program in IBM
PC-compatible Basic, when I spoke to you on 6th January 1996. I am just
writing to you, to let you know what this is all about.
Please find enclosed, copies of my run log, particle data input and the
Prototype Particle Periodic Table.
This Table is the beginning of the search, not the end. The detail lines
are the output from the Pastures program and can be used as sample output
for program testing. At the end of the search is a probable electron
mass greater than 1 million, as opposed to the figure of 1128 in the Table.
Answers to the search are classical, geometric and mathematical. Below I
will give details of the geometric model, numbers of particles, electron
model and the unproven theorem on which it all depends.
- There are 200 particles in the Summary List.
- There are 2000 particles in the Experimental List.
- Geometric Model. Take a platonic solid inside a hollow sphere,
with a light in the middle. Shine the light to produce a
symmetric pattern, on the underside of the sphere. This
dictates the structure of the particle, which is taken to
be a hollow sphere and allows it to be unitized.
- Electron Model. This is umbrella shaped, but still conforms to the
above pattern and is unitized.
- Particle charges are taken to be electrons in the upright or
upside down position.
- Particle mass of a particle with a charge is taken to be the particle
structure mass plus the electron structure mass.
- Theorem I. A pattern of circles on a regular polygon is taken to
remain constant in number, when projected by a light in the middle
of the sphere, onto the underside of the sphere surface.
- Mathematically. The 3 platonic solids 4 III, 8 III and 20 III are used
as structures type 2, 3 and 5 repectively. Each equilatteral
triangle surface has the infinite series Summation N, where
- The Sweetpaper Theory. This is the only bit of theoretical nuclear
physics that I use. It comes from a comment, in a Penguin Series
book called Science and the Layman 1966. Which said that the
nuclear attraction field is twice the diameter of the Neutron
and the nuclear repulsion field is one third the diameter. My
view was that they should be equal and opposite, with the
repulsion field propogating from the underside of the surface,
through the middle. This would give a repulsion field length
of one and one third. The two thirds missing is due to it
twisting through the middle like a sweetpaper. Pull both
ends of a sweetpaper and it unwraps and gets longer.
Thus far the search has only taken 29 years, but I only started to get
the tools for the job 5 years ago, so it is not a bad job so far.
On the Megalabྜ application, it was turned down by the BBC. They had
over 250 applications for projects and they thanked me for the submission.
Thank you for all you are doing for me and looking forward to seeing the
Hope all is well with you and your family.