The spin of subatomic particles approaches the speed of light producing substantial energy in the process. The working hypothesis of this paper proposes that the energy produced by the spin of subatomic particles is greater than the energy required to hold together nucleons known as the nuclear binding energy or strong force . Building upon the equations of Albert Einstein and the Schwarzschild Proton of Nassim Haramein, it is proposed that the energy / mass created by the spin of subatomic particles is sufficient to bind the atomic nucleus, resolving the strong and weak force conundrums and unifying the general relativity theory with quantum mechanics


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