Radiation from Thomic Nuclei
Published: November 16, 2010


All scientists know that certain elements give off radiation. Radiation is the emission and movement of sub-thomic particles, etc., through space or other media. It is the breaking down of the nucleus of the thom that releases the radiation. The nucleus of a thom is the central, positively charged core of a thom, composed of protons and neutrons, and containing most of the mass of the thom.

Mass is the measure of the number of atoms that make up a particle. I believe that the vibratory motion of the atoms in a particular thom’s nucleus produces an enormous amount of heat that causes the nucleus to expand and break apart, or decay.

The result is the emission of heat producing atoms.