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Vern's theory is inconsistent with observations and, therefore, wrong.
"Measurements do not find the electromagnetic bounderies of the particles."Please define "electromagnetic bounderies".Quantum mechanics makes it rather difficult to define the size of anything on this scale but I think you are still ignoring the observations.
Vern, I mentioned creating a paper that will take the square of the shells rule mainstream. This is what I predicted for the Square of the Shells rule. This fits with the Standard Model, and Guage Theories:
I'm old now and damn near senile. Or so it seems to me when answers don't come as fast as they used to!
You have finally been able to work out the spatial sizes for these particles, I waited years for you to come to an understanding that the from an electromagnetic gravitation perspective, the Electron is much bigger in size than the Proton and Neutron.
They have to use high energy electrons to probe small things- that's the uncertainty principle for you. Does that mean your ideas are untestable?