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Is the space charged?
« on: 11/05/2014 20:29:23 »
What if the space itself is negative charged elastic fluid? If so, would space attracted by proton to form a negative ball field around it?


 

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Re: Is the space charged?
« Reply #1 on: 12/05/2014 03:00:23 »
If this were the case, we would presumably see the effect: positive charge sticking to a negative charge would render the whole object neutral, so we wouldn't see lone electrons.  But we don't see any such effect.
 

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Re: Is the space charged?
« Reply #2 on: 12/05/2014 08:14:04 »
What does your theory predict, that isn't predicted or explained by conventional quantised orbitals? Does it explain photoelectricity?
 

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Re: Is the space charged?
« Reply #3 on: 12/05/2014 09:07:14 »
What does your theory predict, that isn't predicted or explained by conventional quantised orbitals? Does it explain photoelectricity?

My theory predicts that electron is not fly around proton but stable at certain distance. Explains how electromagnetic wave traveling in space and why light speed is a contant. Light is not particle, there is no photon. photoelectricity is caused by light wave transfer energy to electron.

I don't understand or believe quantum theory, I might be wrong at all.
 

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Re: Is the space charged?
« Reply #4 on: 12/05/2014 12:04:42 »
If you'd like to discuss your own theories that overturn accepted physics, the appropriate place to do so is the New Theories section.  Please keep future posts on the topic there. 

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