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Offline jerrygg38

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Re: How big is an electron if we measure its force field?
« Reply #25 on: 06/06/2015 17:08:43 »
suppose we can measure the force between 2 electrons light year apart, can we assume electron has a light year radius?

what if we can measure any amount of force? is force liner?

i had a feeling, box and i experienced most headaches thinking science. for we are slower.

 
  In my Dot-wave theory the source of our existence is external to us. therefore the electron which is composed of 5.75037E41 dot-waves of charge 2.78622E-61 coulombs and mass 1.58411E-72kg has a source at a distance of 13.7827billion light years away. A rock has nothing inside it. We have nothing inside of us. Everything is focal points of the electromagnetic field. Yet to us a rock contains substance. This is only apparent and not real. Of course this is hard to believe but we exist in the mind of the universe.
 

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Re: How big is an electron if we measure its force field?
« Reply #26 on: 22/06/2015 20:45:42 »
Simple fact: if you put something in water it gets wet.

Simple question: if you put an electron in water does it get wet?

Ponder this a while and then think about your other questions in the same way. I will give hints if you (jccc) ask for them.

so, jccc... any progress?
 

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Re: How big is an electron if we measure its force field?
« Reply #27 on: 22/06/2015 21:46:57 »
getting there.

electrons don't get wet.

they got sucked by proton's positive force field, started to dance around like a cloud? sometimes they become standing waves? sometimes they change orbitals and emit photons?

seems the logic is wet. no?

 

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Re: How big is an electron if we measure its force field?
« Reply #28 on: 25/06/2015 04:33:44 »
so the logic is not wet?
 

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