Spiral structures of elementary particles

«…the general motion of matter in the Universe, including the overall movement of galaxies, occurs in a spiral»

from AllatRa book

In the report “PRIMORDIAL ALLATRA PHYSICS” I found interesting the knowledge about spiral structure of elementary particles. This is a very unusual information, which goes far beyond the assumptions of traditional science. Because up to this day the official science has been using the notion of “elementary particle” without having a deep understanding of what it, in reality, consists of.

Thus, scientists considered an electron to be a truly elementary (that is, an indivisible, structureless) particle. But the report of the scientists of ALLATRA SCIENCE has dispelled this myth. An electron has spiral structure and consists of 13 phantom Po particles. Also, I was motivated to do further research thanks to the article on ALLATRA SCIENCE website – «Spiral structure of an ELECTRON according to the knowledge of PRIMORDIAL ALLATRA PHYSICS». The author of that article has managed to model an electron in the AutoCAD program and to see a hidden AllatRa sign in its structure! And so I decided to do the exact same procedure for some other elementary particles. Doing it turned out to be rather easy once you know from the report the number of phantom Po particles in each elementary particle. In the given article I have modeled spiral structures for such elementary particles: photon-4 (4 phantom Po particles), neutrino (5 phantom Po particles), proton (12 phantom Po particles), neutron (33 phantom Po particles) and also for the unknown for today for the official science particles consisting of 7, 25, 39, 47, 60 and 72 phantom Po particles (see the report “PRIMORDIAL ALLATRA PHYSICS”, page 78 [1])

In the AllatRa book there is a mention that spiral structure of an electron is twisted counterclockwise when an electron is a particle. And how are spiral structures of other elementary particles twisted in the state of a wave or a particle? Taking into account that proton and electron only differ in the sign of outer charge, that means their spiral structures should differ as well, that is, have different direction of the twist in the state of a wave and of a particle. In the above-mentioned article a method for building a spiral structure of an ELECTRON using the AutoCAD program has been already given [3].

Table 1

Spiral structures of elementary particles

(additionally there are also mentions of the pages of PRIMORDIAL ALLATRA PHYSICS report where the structure of certain particles is described in detail)

CONCLUSION: spiral structures of elementary particles represent interesting objects for further study; projection of the positions of phantom Po particles in the plane perpendicular to the axis of rotation of the elementary particle contains a sign which is distinct for every elementary particle; it would be of interest to further study geometric characteristics and kinematic parameters of spatial positions of the phantom Po particles in elementary particles. Given how widespread in nature the spiral structures are and also considering the laws of fractals, a study of the basis of structure of elementary particles may lead to unexpected discoveries in other fields of science and technology.

Anna Kolos


Literature:

[1] – Report “PRIMORDIAL ALLATRA PHYSICS” by the international group of scientists of the International Public Movement ALLATRA under the editorship of Anastasia Novykh, 2015 http://allatra-science.org/en/publication/iskonnaja-fizika-allatra;

[2] – Novykh, A “AllatRa”, 2013;

[3] – Official website of the Autodesk company in Russian and CIS countries http://autodesk.ru/;