When a particle and its antiparticle meets at exactly equal and opposite momentum, does its annihilation still produce a photon?
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What is the point of "proving" that "Nuclear structure is not nucleons arranged at random" given that nobody (recently) said it was.
On the other hand, if you are prepared to publish an idea that says "We will later prove that some nucleons go into the extra dimensions", it's pretty clear that you are prepared to ignore science.
You don't have a model, you have a conjecture based on ignorance.
The problem was already solved.
QM "spin" is not spin.
That's why we need Occam's razor.