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Old Sep 25th 2019, 01:20 AM   #1
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Is neutron the key to solving the mystery of theory of everything?

This post is not an ads for my book (book title has been deleted for good faith). This post is just to challenge your brain to look again at the facts of the physics world.
The book, in the form of a sci-fi story, tries to focus the reader on the intellectual challenge about the atom. The story, in the mentioned form and with positive assumptions, describes a solution to the dark points of the science of physics (the theory of everything).
I hope that I do not violate the laws of the site and that the respected readers will deal with it solely as a challenge and discussion.
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