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19 The Weak Nuclear Force The remaining one of the four elementary forces also has a precisely determined constant value. This force is carried by some sub-atomic particles and causes a form of radioactive breakup. One example of this type of radioactive “split” is when a neutron breaks up to release three particles—one proton, one electron and one anti-neutron. As you can see from this example, the neutron—one of the fundamental particles in the atomic nucleus—is actually comprised by the combination of three other, smaller particles.
Let’s begin with the changes to your body that would take place. If such were to occur, your arms and the hands that hold this book would disintegrate at once. Not only your hands and arms, but also your legs, head, eyes, teeth—in short, every bit of your body would just disintegrate into thin air. The room you are in, as well as the world outside, would disappear—together with all the seas and mountains and the planets of the solar system. They all would be irretrievably lost. What we call the universe would be a chaos of atoms repelling each other..
Had our solar system been located inside these spiral arms, our view would have been considerably obscured. As Michael Denton writes in his book Nature’s Destiny, What is so striking is that the cosmos appears to be not just supremely fit for our own being and for our biological adaptations, but also for our understanding... Because of the position of our solar system on the edge of the galactic rim, we can gaze farther into the night to distant galaxies and gain knowledge of the overall structure of the cosmos.
A Chain of Miracles by Harun Yahya