2019-05-11 20:45:02 UTC
The Fermilab (1967) particle accelerator used an radio frequency (RF) cavity and magnets to accelerate protons that make 20,000 passes through a 6 km circumference beam pipe and RF cavity. The accelerated proton beam collides with a beryllium target forming subatomic particles that propagate through the steel enclosure of the 15 ft bubble chamber to produce spiral liquid hydrogen bubble tracks that are used to determine the masses and confirm the existence of the subatomic particles. Originally, the existence of a proton is said to be confirmed by an alcohol track formed within a Wilson cloud chamber yet alcohol molecules of the cloud chamber have a mass 50 times larger than the mass of a proton. A single proton propagating through the cloud chamber is interacting with over 2,000 alcohol molecules that have a mass 50 times larger than a proton to form a single cloud chamber alcohol track which is not physically possible, and, a proton that originates from the nucleus of a hydrogen molecule is extremely unstable yet physicists insist that proton a stable. A radioactive isotope is inserted within the glass enclosure of the cloud chamber but the decay of a radioactive isotope which results in numerous modes of decay such as gamma emission, photon emission, alpha decay, proton emission, neutron emission, and cluster decay. It is not physically possible to determine which isotope emission is forming cloud chamber alcohol tracks. In the Fermilab particle accelerator, the proton beam is propagating through a 6 km beam pipe but the propagation of positive charged protons would require a cathode in front the the protons yet the protons are propagating through the beam pipe without a cathode in front the the proton beam. Proton beam therapy is used to justify the existence of a proton beam but protons that have a mass 1,000 times greater than an electron would destroy human skin, bone and tissue in the path of the proton beam. It is more likely that mass-less gamma rays are producing the effect of proton beam therapy. The subatomic particles that have masses four orders of magnitude less then the hydrogen molecules are interacting with over 20 hydrogen molecules in the formation of the liquid hydrogen bubbles is not physically possible. The images of the bubble tracks were created using arbitrary bubbles formed by the compression of the liquid hydrogen since the continuous lines of the spiral paths of the Fermilab bubble tracks were drawn using a felt pen and the bubbles formed in the bubble chamber are randomly distributed. The alcohol tracks formed by Wilson's cloud chamber are used to justify the Fermilab bubble tracks but a radioactive isotope within the glass enclosure of the cloud chamber is forming the alcohol tracks.