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### Fractal Physics Theory – Nucleons And The Strong Force

Author(s): Leonard J. Malinowski

Pages: 23-72

This fourth article, in a series of five, intends to demonstrate the value of applying Fractal Physics Theory to further understanding of nucleon structure and nucleon interactions. An ideal neutron is assumed, as a limiting case, to be composed of 100% subquantum scale Hydrogen atoms. With this assumption and identifying the pre-solar system mass with the mass of a cosmic scale neutron, it appears possible to derive the masses of all the nucleons. The strong nuclear force is discussed by introducing subquantum scale fusion, lilliputian scale electromagnetic forces, and lilliputian scale gravity.

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Publications –Fundamental Journal of Modern Physics

### Fractal Physics Theory – Neutrinos And Stars

Author(s): Leonard J. Malinowski

Pages: 73-88

This fifth and last article of the series applies Fractal Physics Theory to neutrinos and stars. A wealth of data has been amassed and significant theoretical progress has been made during the past 40 years centered on detecting and understanding solar neutrinos. The fractal nuclear antineutrino emission process is modeled after quantum scale stellar emission. The absorption and emission of antineutrino energy by stable nuclei and atomic electrons is discussed. Stable nuclei and atomic electrons are at lower lilliputian scale temperatures than decaying nuclei emitting antineutrino energy, consequently, stable matter absorbs relatively high subquantum scale frequency photons and emits relatively low subquantum scale frequency photons in increased numbers so that the total antineutrino energy remains constant.

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Publications –Fundamental Journal of Modern Physics