*Post by Archimedes Plutonium*Now here i am going to question the famous Rutherford experiment the one in which he shot particles at a gold or metal leaf and where some of those particles recoiled back, telling Rutherford that nearly all the mass is concentrated in the nucleus.

Mind you this is just a guess, that many of the atoms nucleus, does not lie in the center of the atom carrying most of the mass. I suspect the inert gases and the first p row of elements have their protons and neutrons mostly in rings outside the center of those atoms. Unfortunately Rutherford only did his work on metal-- gold and there, most of the mass is in the center.

*Post by Archimedes Plutonium*I suspect that experiment needs repeating for the first 26 elements especially oxygen fluorine neon for i suspect the center of those atoms are almost empty of protons and where the protons are more likely found in the muon orbital cloud to enhance the making of orbital cloud wire for Faraday law.

I think it is hard to repeat Rutherford on non metals but not impossible.

Time for a modern day repeat of Rutherford, only this time with a inert gas, or say oxygen, hydrogen for I suspect the nuclei of these elements are in a ring around the center, not directly in the center. So sort of like the plum pudding model of Thomson, only arranged in an order of like a wire, not random and chaotic. Time to repeat Rutherford.

Now, fortunately for me, I have Scientific American March 2018, talking about the Table of Elements and talking about element 106 where it lives for about 10 seconds and was able to form a compound of Element 106 with carbon monoxide to form a hexacarbonyl of Element 106.

Now, this is fortuitous because I was having problems with getting neon oxygen fluorine and helium to obey the Faraday Law in a maximum amount of production of monopoles. And after reading that snippet of hexacarbonyl, I realized what my solution must be.

Now recently I spoke of that the Old Chemistry Table of Elements needed revision and what I dreamed up was a double cone, with apex to base intersecting at midsection, rather than the silly contraption in Old Math of two apex together. Apex to base is far far better because it is stable when built, and, besides, it is a generalization of the cylinder. For think of the cylinder as a routed out, carved out midsection, like a double cone spool.

But, anyway, reading hexacarbonyl I saw a vision of where the NEW TABLE OF ATOMS must go. Not to a double cone, but rather to Ampere's Law as geometry and Ampere's law is a torus of electric current and then the magnetic field of a torus around a torus. Get out any picture of Ampere's law and you will immediately recognize that geometry where you use the right-hand rule.

Now, I keep the Old Chemistry picture of the Table, keep it all, for it is rather excellent and good. I forget about a 3rd D table or any changes to the 2nd D table. But, where the big changes come is the ALGEBRA of the Table of Elements. The Algebra changes drastically.

This is a picture of the Old Chemistry table (using just one letter to make uniform spacing, and all the s,p,d,f rows are where they should be, not this sad cut-out view, but all intact.)

H H

L B B C N O F N

NM A S P S C A

K C S T V CM F C N C Z G G A S B K

R S Y Z NM T R R P A C I S S T I X

C B L C P N P S E G T D H E T Y L H T W R O I P A H T P B P A R

F R A T P U N P AC B C E FM N L U U U U U UU U U U UU U U U

So, what did the hexacarbonyl do for my insight?

Well, for one we raise hydrogen above helium to be a single whole row and have helium be a single whole row to have 8 rows in total

H

H

L B B C N O F N

NM A S P S C A

K C S T V CM F C N C Z G G A S B K

R S Y Z NM T R R P A C I S S T I X

C B L C P N P S E G T D H E T Y L H T W R O I P A H T P B P A R

F R A T P U N P AC B C E FM N L U U U U U UU U U U UU U U U

The number 8 is a crucial critical number in all of physics, for it is 1proton= 8muons. Now, I do not know if 8 shows up in the Maxwell Equations, I do know 137 shows up, but, does 8 show up? It must in the form of the s,p,d,f

Now last night, I was struggling to find how to make MAXIMUM Faraday Law upon oxygen, fluorine, neon and helium to explain them as protons as wires and muons as bar magnet. And here is where the hexacarbonyl image comes to my rescue.

Notice that if we think of the entire ROW of chemical elements as the wire that the oxygen-neon row and the sulfur-argon row is 8

Now, the next two rows are the iron-krypton and the silver-Xenon row. Now, they look like those rows have no magic number 8. And here is where the algebra sinks in. When we have a d row, we make the p elements as 3 and the d elements as 5, so that we have 3+5 = 8. That Algebra is indicative of the Ampere Law, that half of the d and half of the p are going into magnetism, while the other half is going into electric monopole current.

Now, the table has two rows of s, two rows of p, two rows of d, and two rows of f. The Algebra works on the f row, where 14/2 = 7 and now we need a 1 to make 7+1 = 8. So what happens in the f row is that 7 for magnetism, 7 for electricity and the s provides the 1 as 2/2.

So, in d row, the s orbital is masked, while the p and d are cut in half.

In f row, the d and p orbitals are masked, while the f and s are cut in half.

Mind you, this algebra is all for the sake of 8. Why 8? Well the short answer is proton = 8 muons. A longer answer is symmetry of magnetism versus electricity in the Ampere Law.

Now, getting back to the first two rows, the single hydrogen and the single helium of the second row.

For hydrogen it is 8 in the form of a single proton is 8 muons forming a closed loop wire and where that orbital muon must be magnetism of Ampere law along with the bar magnet of Faraday Law.

For helium has 36 muons in total, 32+4. But 36 is also 9x4, and hydrogen is 9 muons. The view of hydrogen is it is the atom of the monopole, and the helium atom is the atom of the dipole.

The geometry view of helium is a perfect sphere, the geometry view of hydrogen is a ellipse of its magnetism to electricity.

Now in mathematics we have another ALGEBRA that is very much similar to the above Algebra, it is the Regular Polyhedra and there again we have 6 items, pyramid, tetrahedron, hexahedron, octahedron, dodecahedron, icosahedron. The algebra of regular polyhedron so much are analogs of the Table of Chemical Elements.

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