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New Atomic Physics ( NAP)

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About the book " New Atomic Physics "
two type of reaction of the researchers in theoretical physics:

Dear Sir:
Yes, indeed the book did arrive. Thank you!
The basic idea is very interesting; in fact, I have already had some
discussions with colleagues about NAP. Original ideas are always
welcome, especially so if they compel you to rethink what you consider
to be obvious.
Best wishes,
Raphael Steinitz

Dear Sir
I received the book. Unfortunately I do not find it interessant, because I am in disagreement total with the majority of things written inside.

The book of New Atomic Physics NAP

Present at the congress of Physics of SFP (French society of physics) in LILLE( FRANCE ) August 2005 and in Grenoble july 2007

A.C.Elbeze is a researcher in theoretical physics. His research work in theoretical physics has focused primarily on the reactions between fields and particles, as well as on tests on gravitational unification within the electromagnetic field.

This work on reaction theory (NAP) will be of interest to physical science researchers and mathematicians in every field. The theory of New Atomic Physics explores a new avenue of contemporary physics in the 21st Century and paves the way for further research work in theoretical physics. No specific knowledge in physics or mathematics is needed to comprehend the work.

This work focuses primarily on the reaction between the field and so-called pure or elementary particles, as well as on tests on the structures and the reactions between the quarks inside particles and the Mass Gap. The concepts of energy charge, pure energy, reaction radius and events all form part of the specific vocabulary developed for NAP theory. One of the chapters in the book focuses entirely on gravitational unification within the electromagnetic field and offers the explanation that gravitation is the result of a residual charge from the dynamic electron-proton dipole, an atom much like hydrogen. A study is also offered on magnetism, which is defined by NAP as a static charge residue of an electron-proton dipole. Magnetism of this type cannot exist without the presence of the particle subjected to the dipole action. Finally, we shall apply NAP to the effect of the speed on the reaction energy, and not on the mass of the particle in movement as put forward by the theory of relativity, this mass remaining constant.
Each chapter offers illustrative examples of applications, the most spectacular being the use of NAP to calculate the velocities of stars in distant galaxies. This surprising result is based entirely on the notion of the energy charge in the hydrogen atom and may offer a key to solving the mystery of dark matter in the universe.


Galaxie NGC 1288 This photograph shows the spectacular spiral galaxy NGC 1288 located in the Fornax constellation in the southern hemisphere. The image covers the entire field of the CCD camera over 2048 x 2048 pixels and was developed from several images taken in different colors (blue, green and infra-red) on 15 September 1998. The distance to the galaxy is about 300 million light years. It is traveling at 4500 km/s and has a diameter of about 200 000 light years. The field measures 6.8 x 6.8 arcmins. North is to the left and east at bottom. Photo credit: European Southern Observatory (ESO)