there is certainty that the positive of the walls repels the positive of my hands and I can not stick.

I would seriously consider where you got these random certainties. Then return them and hope the vendor will give you a refund.

There is positive in the walls, and there is positive in your hands - it lies in the positive charge in the nucleus of the atoms.

But the positive in the walls do

**not** "

*see*" the positive in your hands, because both are screened from each other by the negative electrons which surround the atoms.

You

*could* say that the "negative electrons of the walls repels the negative electrons of my hands and I can not stick".

There is a certainty in my mind that the negative of me is attracted to the negative of the floor

On the contrary, it would be better to say "the negative electrons of me are repelled by the negative electrons of the floor". That is why gravity does not pull you through the floor, collapsing you and the Earth into a black hole.

Please discuss negatives with me. Please name all the things we already know that are negative.

A negative is something where, when you add an equal amount of positive, you end up with zero.

So if you have a $1,000,000 mortgage, and you add $1,000,000: you end up with zero. So a mortgage is negative money in your finances.

One of the terminals of a battery is marked negative; it has an excess of electrons. The other terminal is marked positive; it has an equal deficit of electrons. Add them together by connecting them with a wire, and you end up with zero charge.

About 1 in 10,000,000 water molecules spontaneously breaks into OH- and H+ ions. There are equal quantities of + and -, so the overall charge is zero.

Sometimes what is negative depends on your reference point, because measurement only makes sense with respect to a reference.

- Sometimes the selection of a reference point can be somewhat arbitrary (eg Earth or Pluto).

- You may be 1km North of the center of town. If you walk 1km south, your "Northerlyness" is zero; walking south is a negative distance.

- A person standing on the Earth can be considered to have negative potential energy. By putting them in a rocket and applying energy, you can put them out of Earth orbit, giving them zero potential energy.

- Almost anything countable can be considered to have a negative, by selecting your reference point appropriately.

Perhaps it would be instructive in your understanding of negatives for you to consider those cases where there is no known negative, like mass, kinetic energy or temperature in degrees Kelvin?