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Note1:  This WORD-LIST is about the several technical words and technical terms which are unique to this presentation of the theoretical work of Sternglass and Simhony, as I have modified it.  Technical terms which are common to “ordinary” physics —(e.g., pi-meson, angular momentum, torus, big bang, etc.)— are not here.  One can find such terms at http://www.WIKIPEDIA.org, and of course in physics books.

Note2:  words and terms in bold letters are in the WORD-LIST.

cosmological system [cosmo.syst]:  pieces of the primeval atom.  Sternglass details these in his “Table 1” [p.234, Ref.#1].  He says that, for each cosmological system, the mass is proportional to the square of the radius, regardless of its size, which can be as large as a star or galaxy, or as small as a pi-meson.

cosmo.syst:  (see “cosmological system”).

count-down to the Big Bang:  this is my way to describe the long process which Sternglass details in his book [Ref.#1].  He says that the primeval atom divided in half, and each piece divided in half, and so on, many many times, until there was a phase-transition, in which many many tiny pieces of the primeval atom re-configured, in a way which led to the production of protons, plus the release of large amounts of energy.

dark matter:  though this term appears in standard physics books, it usually appears with the statement that physicists don’t know exactly what it is.  By contrast, Sternglass offers a very good explanation for what dark matter is [p.211, Ref.#1].

delayed mini-Bang:  Sternglass says that these are almost identical to the Big Bang, except that smaller amounts of energy and matter are involved.  He says that his model predicts that mini-Bangs should be happening during all the time since the start of the Big Bang.  Plus: he says that the “gamma ray bursters” which astronomers observe, (also called “quasars”), are in fact the delayed mini-Bangs which his model predicts.

elastic displacement of epola-elements:  this is the amount of outward movement of the eight [8] epola-elements at the corners of an epola-cell, due to the presence of a proton (or any other kind of atomic nucleus) at the center of the cube-shaped epola-cell.  {Obviously, 8 [eight] epola-elements define a cube}

electron-positron pair:  though this term appears in many standard physics books, I include it here in the WORD-LIST because, in the model which I present here, the electron + positron in a pair move around+around+around each other, at almost the speed of light [Ref.#1, Ref. #1a].  Surprisingly, some guys + gals who hold PhDs have a problem with this idea, because it’s not in the standard model of particle physics.

electron-positron lattice model of space:  this is Dr. Simhony’s name for his model [Ref.#2].

electron-positron pair model of matter:  this is Dr. Sternglass’s name for his model [Ref.#1].

ep-pair:  (see “electron-positron pair”).

epo-lattice:  short for “electron-positron lattice” in Dr. Simhony’s model.  Like the “aether” of Maxwell and Faraday, it permeates our universe, and carries electromagnetic radiation.  Unlike “aether”, it’s not thin or wispy or aetheric or aethereal, but “stiffer than a diamond” [Ref.#2], and it’s responsible for the existence of gravity.   Simhony says that individual electrons + positrons compose the epola, while in my modification of his model it’s ep-PAIRs.  In both models the epola-elements are arranged in a cubic lattice, exactly like the structure of ordinary table salt, but with epola-elements much much nearer to each other than sodium atom nuclei and chlorine atom nuclei in a salt crystal.

epola:  (see “epo-lattice”).

epola-cell:  the tiny cube, with sides less than 10^(-12) cm long, [i.e., < 10^(-14) meter long].  Eight [8] next-neighbor epola-elements in the lattice define a single epola-cell.

epola-element:  one of the unimaginably large number of elements which compose the epo-lattice;  each is the mass of an electron, or positron, but has zero weight, because the epo-lattice is what gifts weight to all the other stuff in our universe, because it’s responsible for the existence of gravity, and also inertia;  so it’s similar to the “Higgs field” in the standard model.

epola’s elasticity constant:  analogous to the “k” in “Hooke’s law”:  the epo-lattice is an elastic substance, like JELLO, and epola-cells expand + contract due to interactions with “particles” — such as protons.

epola’s elastic force:  this is the inwardly-directed “push-back” force which the surrounding epola-cells are always exerting on a proton (or atomic-nucleus).

ep-pair:  (see “electron-positron pair”).

expanded lattice-length (expanded LL):  this is the length of one side of an epola-cell which has expanded due to the presence of a proton, or other tiny object, inside it.  One can also visualize an expanded epola-cell as a sphere.

G-local:  (see “local-gravity”).

inner-space:  the space inside a cosmological system, where the electron and positron which compose the system “see” only each other, and experience a local-gravity, which is greater than Newton’s gravity by a factor which is inversely proportional to the system’s radius.  One can also identify a similar inner-space for a tiny object such as a PROTON.  For such a tiny system, local-gravity is very large:  i.e., > 10^(40) times greater than ordinary gravity.

lattice-length (LL) the distance between 2 next-neighbor epola-elements.  I.e., the length of one side of an epola-cell.  In my modification of Dr.Simhony’s model, it’s approx. 7.62 x 10^(-13) cm,  i.e., 7.62 x 10^(-15) meter.

local-gravity:  a concept in Sternglass’s model:  the local-gravity inside the inner-space of a cosmological system is larger for smaller systems, proportional to the inverse of the system’s radius.

mini-Bang:  (see “delayed mini-Bang”).

primeval atom:  (one can google this term for more info);  Dr. Georges Lemaitre first proposed this theoretical entity, during the first half of the 20th century.  Sternglass adopted it from Lemaitre.

proton-element:  one of the four [4] ep-pairs which, (along with an unpaired positron-at-the-center), compose the proton in Sternglass’s model;  CHAPTER 3 details how proton-elements interact with epola-elements in my model.  Proton-elements are FREE to travel through the epola, while epola-elements are BOUND to specific locations, and not free to travel or SWIRL, though each can vibrate [“oscillate”] around its location in the lattice.

seeds [of galaxies + stars]:  in Sternglass’s model, every cosmological system, (whether it’s the size of a galaxy, or a star, or a smaller system), starts as a “seed”, which might explode, in a “delayed mini-Bang.”  This process forms (one wants to say “creates”) zillions of protons + neutrons which eventually form a galaxy or star or smaller system.  He says that each seed consists of an electron-positron pair, whose e and p rotate or orbit around each other (“oscillate”) at almost the speed of light.  One can also visualize this as a very rapid swirling of pure energy, or as a very rapid electrical oscillation.

Sternglass.cosmo.syst:  (see “cosmological system”).

white hole:  in Sternglass’s model, the seeds [of galaxies + stars] eventually spit out large amounts of energy, much of it in the form of gamma rays, and also lots of matter, in the form of newly formed (one wants to say “newly created”) PROTONS + NEUTRONS.  Nothing gets sucked in, so these are more like “white holes” than “black holes.”

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