In 1963 Eugene Wigner got one half a Nobel Prize in Physics. John the Revelator should have gotten the other half.

In AD 1932 Eugene Wigner suggested two nuclear forces. In AD 96 John had already suggested the same thing.

Too bad for John the Revelator, he didn’t even get one half of a Nobel Prize in Physics. Eugene Paul Wigner got one half the prize in 1963 for his contributions to the theory of the atomic nucleus and the elementary particles.

SCIENCE: Weak nuclear force is a fundamental force that governs the decay of unstable subatomic particles such as mesons, and initiates the nuclear fusion reaction that fuels the Sun.

SCRIPTURE: Revelation 6:7-8 “And I looked, and beheld a pale horse [WNF?]: and his name that sat on him was Death [Satan?], and Hell followed with him [followers?]. And power was given unto them over the fourth part of the earth, to kill with sword, and with hunger, and with death, and with the beasts of the earth.”

In Revelation Chapter 6, John describes four horses that seem to symbolically describe the four forces of nature. The pale horse appears to represent the weak nuclear force.

Unlike the other three forces, the weak force is responsible for the radioactive decay of subatomic particles and is considered to be 10,000 times weaker than the electromagnetic force.

Gravity involves binding energy on an astronomical scale. The electromagnetic force binds at the atomic level, and the strong nuclear force binds inside nuclei.

The weak nuclear force violates equality, thus causing decay.

Not until 1932 did physicist, Eugene Wigner, suggest there were two nuclear forces. Given Newton presented gravity around 1687 and Orsted united electricity and magnetism in 1820, John does indeed appear to be a revelator.


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