Synchronous Interlocking of Discrete Forces: Strong Force Reconceptualised in a NLHV Solution

@article{Pons2012SynchronousIO,
  title={Synchronous Interlocking of Discrete Forces: Strong Force Reconceptualised in a NLHV Solution},
  author={Dirk J Pons and Arion Pons and Aiden J. Pons},
  journal={Applied Physics research},
  year={2012},
  volume={5},
  pages={107}
}
The conventional requirements for the strong force are that it is strongly attractive between nucleons whether neutral neutrons or positively charged protons; that it is repulsive at close range; that its effect drops off with range. However theories, such as quantum chromodynamics, based on this thinking have failed to explain nucleus structure ab initio starting from the strong force. We apply a systems design approach to this problem. We show that it is more efficient to conceptualise the… 

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