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Atomic hoop theory
« on: 01/05/2016 09:28:07 »


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Re: Atomic hoop theory
« Reply #1 on: 01/05/2016 09:39:24 »
Exist's a mono polarity particle that is attracted to other mono-polarity particles, these particles however instantaneous absorb radiation and then emit an opposite polarity field that stops total annihilation when joining other mono-particles.
 

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Re: Atomic hoop theory
« Reply #2 on: 01/05/2016 10:18:19 »
You need to read up on left handed and right handed versions of particles. For instance a left handed electron has charge but a right handed one doesn't. A right handed electron can change to a left handed and visa versa. This is something a bit like what you stated with a slight adjustment here and there.
 

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Re: Atomic hoop theory
« Reply #3 on: 02/05/2016 09:17:26 »
You need to read up on left handed and right handed versions of particles. For instance a left handed electron has charge but a right handed one doesn't. A right handed electron can change to a left handed and visa versa. This is something a bit like what you stated with a slight adjustment here and there.


Doe's the act of measurement flip it a bit like a compass needle is affected if you move a magnetic force close to it?


 

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