# The proof of hypothesis regarding distortion of time and space using the nuclear fusion model

## DOI:

https://doi.org/10.20535/SRIT.2308-8893.2022.1.03## Keywords:

general theory of relativity, nuclear fusion, distortion of time and space, charge exchange## Abstract

The study is dedicated to modern topic: the analysis of conditions that lead to distortion of the time and space coordinates which results from the general theory of relativity. The main goal of this research is to prove the hypothesis regarding distortion of time and space using nuclear fusion model. For this purpose the simulation instrument is used to imitate a moving proton that hits an electron of a hydrogen atom. The methodology of simulation is based upon calculation of the probabilities of elastic scattering and charge exchange of a proton with a target electron. The distortion is modeled by the functions that relate time and space logarithmically for distorted time and exponentially for distorted space. Such geometry construction is described by the Schrödinger equation using the electron wave function. Then the probability of charge exchange is calculated as the squared coefficient of this wave function in the negative side of the geometry that is divided by the sum of the squared coefficients of all the terms of the equation. Thus, the calculation result shows that the calculated probability of the charge exchange is high when the time and space are not distorted. However, when time and space are distorted it decreases, and the probability of elastic scattering is growing. The achieved result also indicates that the discrete energy levels of electrons in hydrogen atoms shift when the distortion of time and space occurs in the nuclear fusion.

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