Atomic Theory Comparison

Modern Classical
20th Century/Quantum
Subtle Atomics
No aether
Static Earth
Wave particle duality
'Mass -> Energy' systems
Spherical nucleons
Chemistry unrelated to nucleus
​Strong nuclear force
Weak nuclear force
Hot fusion (100 million+ deg C) 
​No transmutation
Proton = 3 quarks, 3 gluons
Neutron = 3 quarks, 3 gluons
Point electrons
Ground and excited electrons
​​e- size proportional to Rydberg n
Nucleus structure random (?)
Single nucleons only in nucleus

neutron +     ->   proton + 
   neutrino              electron    
Background energy
Waves and particles as EM energy
'Mass <-> Energy' systems
Spherical, polar nucleons
Chemistry unrelated to nucleus
Magnetic flux "capture"
Diploles and quadrapoles
... + muon fusion
Muon transmutation
Proton = 3 quarks, 3 gluons
Neutron = 3 quarks, 3 gluons
Electrons as spherical current loops
... + de-excited electrons
e- size proportional to Rydberg n
​Nucleon composites

neutron  ->  proton + electron +
                     electron anti neutrino +    
beta decay energy

(Mills, 2016)
Background energy
Expanding earth
Background energy affects nuclear decay
Wave particle equivalence
'Mass <-> Energy' systems
Meson based nucleon structures 
Chemistry comes from nucleus
Proton magnetic pole/flux interactions 
Neutron meson pole/flux interactions
... + LENR, de-excited H capture
Transmutation - electro, bio & geo 
Quantised proton, 3 different mesons
Quantised neutron, 4 (?) mesons
EM wave e-'s with magnetic poles
... + super-excited electrons (?)
e- curvature related to mass/energy​
Structured nucleus (BCC lattice)
​Nucleons composites

  proton + de-excited electron -> virtual neutron​