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Offline trivium1981

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A fascinating eclection but

What I propose is a positron/neutrino pairing is at the center of a proton. This creates a magnetic monopole allowing positively charged particles to be attracted to it.  This is bordered by 6 photon/neutrino pairs (quarks).  A pair is on each side of the x, y and z axises.  They resonate, similar to Cooper pairs of electrons along frequencies in the visible light spectrum to maintain the elementary charge of the positron.
    These feed an alternating current which is converted to direct current by the central particle.  This should create a semi-superconducting environment balanced by the electron cloud in the far field of the atom.

implies that an isolated proton is not indefinitely stable. AFAIK it is. 

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