Model of Carbon 12 Isotope Nucleus Structure -Video Included

My theory, as stated a few posts ago, shows the inner structure of the carbon 12 Isotope nucleus and explains why the orbitals are shaped the way they are.

Here is a simple video I made showing the model….


Theory on Temperature and Loose Electron Orbitals

When electrons are too far away, or incapable of bonding to their proton partner, they still remain attracted to the proton, and inversely to its poles. This loose bonding means that the proton’s attraction is not one on one with the electron, instead it acts as a positive field area for the electron to be attracted to. The electron, respectively becomes held in this area, loosely, and because of nearby neutrons and other electron orbitals, its shape of influence alters. The closer the electron is to the proton, the more inverse its poles will be. Thus the electron will veer to electron orbitals in the area that are inverse to it, but will be repulsed by electrons in the area that are not inverse to it.

I will post pictures explaining this later.

I have also been working on the theory that electron orbitals determine energy absorption and dissipation, and that it is the way in which the orbitals react with the quanta fields that determine if an atom is a gas or solid or metal.

If I can discover the inner structure of Boron and Carbon, I think I can build upon that to discover why some atoms behave as gasses at room temperature and why some behave as a solid. Remember, as you well know, that the reason things are metals, solids, and gasses, at room temperature is because they are that way at room temperature. Temperature is simply a matter of energy levels of a given state. And since energy is the exchange of quanta in atomic quanta fields and mainly through electrons, the temperature will determine how they react to each other.

The more quanta in the area the more chances for reactions of attraction and repelling. This is heating, or increasing the temperature. Thus not only does this cause stress upon the quanta fields, this stresses electron orbitals and changes how well they attract or repel each other. The more energy in the system, the more quanta. This increases quanta field strength and size. While it may add chaos in some areas, the field strengths increase stability, but the stronger the fields in magnets, the smaller the size of the initial area of attraction. The orbitals may actually all shrink, thus repelling each other until the atoms, as energy is added, become a gas, then finally a form of plasma, the result is that the atoms act like inert objects that become more like electron charges than actual particles.

When you take away quanta, or energy, from the quanta fields electrons and their orbitals, which is what decreasing the temperature does, you cause the quanta fields to lose strength, they expand a bit in certain directions, and their attraction is weaker, but at the same time, more felt, for the attraction area is increased because the fields are less compressed.

So now we have very strong attraction fields because the window of attraction is open wider, and it is easy for the electron orbitals to form more solid bonds with other atoms, and they tend to crystallize, as their bonds are very strong.

Why Beryllium 8 is unstable, and a new but expected idea of why electron orbitals are so odd.

The stable Isotope of Beryllium is B 9. The extra neutron allows an s1 orbital to form around two protons that come together into a managable attractive electron orbital bond, but this occurs in Beryllium 8 even more successfully. Why is Beryllium 8, then, so unstable it doesn’t last even one second, in fact, it self destructs at 0.00000000000000067 of a second?
I think this very fact gives us a hint at what is going on.
Of course the first two proton pairs, can create a stable orbital bond. But it resonates. And it resonates at an extremely great amplitude because the atoms are truly at a very stable horizontal level. This shrinks their orbital, making it even stronger. However, As the other protons attract electrons, they two form a very tight attractive electron orbital bond. Because of this, it too resonates greatly. Normally, this wouldn’t be a problem. But because it too tries to shrink, and becomes more solid, and resonates even more, it disturbs the first inner electron ring. This causes it to disrupt it, and destroy that first ring. As these rings are constantly being destroyed and rebuilt, the energies build up, and cause so much stress in the beryllium protons in the proton-neutron 8 point ring, that it destroys their bonds to the neutrons. two are held in check, and two protons are released, as would be expected if the smaller ring outlasts the outer ring.
From this we can deduce that outer orbitals can compress inner rings. But more importantly, that the pressures can disturb the proton-neutron chains. We can deduce from this, that the connections inside of the nucleus have to be really strong to withstand the forces that electron orbitals can place on them. Thus their structure has to be very organized, it can’t just be random blobs of neutrons here and protons there. It has to be structured.
And finally, we come to a new truth, that has been staring at us in the face all along. That electrons can always form successful orbitals.
If the structure is sound, and there isn’t undue pressure on the inner ring, then the electrons have no choice but to sling shot away from the nucleus in a cone pattern, instead of around the nucleus in a ring pattern. This would explain why molecules bond in orb regions instead of rings, for the most part.
This also explains why atoms have such a loose electron in its vicinity that it can share or give away to another atom.

Attracting and Repelling Electron Orbitals

First, I wish to say that I haven’t forgotten my first love, the beauty of nature and people, and I will come back to that.  However, I didn’t want to make another WP site, so I posted these theories here.  I have just a few more to do.  Then I will get back to the other things I love.

In molecule bonding, there are different types of electron behaviors.  In some cases, electron orbitals are seen to repel each other, and at other times they are seen to attract each other.  My Unified Field Theory explains how and why this happens.  In my theory, Protons and Electrons both have poles with north and south charges.  And like spherical magnets, or disk magnets, when they come edge on, to their horizon, or at parallel axii, they attract only if they are inverted from each other.  If they have both their ‘north’ poles pointed up and parallel, then they push away from each other.  No matter what the particles, if they have these strong poles, they will want to attract each other only if one flips and has opposing poles.

This is very important, because it goes to explain why not all combinations of protons and neutrons can form stable atoms, and why some atoms only last a few days or years or millennia.  Eventually, enough energy or stress can cause the poor subatomic attractions to weaken even further and create decay of the atom so that it becomes another atom, or isotope.

The first picture shows the poles of the particles in Electron orbits that are inverted, on the same plane, thus they can attract each other and almost share an orbit.


The next picture shows the poles of all the particles involved in a system where the orbitals end up repelling each other.


You may say that this helps explain molecular bonding or electron orbitals in molecules, but how can this work at the atomic level?  The more stress the electron orbitals create, due to repelling each other, the less stable the atom will be.  The inner protons can move their angles of attraction to neutrons enough so that they can form attracting electron orbitals.  But they can only move so much before the angle is too wide to hold onto the proton-neutron connection.

Now these protons and neutrons have extremely powerful magnetic fields.  And because they are so small, and close together, they can bend quite a lot and remain firmly coupled.  I am currently working on these angles, and on the boron atom.

I believe that eventually, the circular proton-neutron chains will become too flexible to support a stable element.  Thus other types of bonds will come into play, which are proton-neutron-neutron bonds.  Where a proton is connected with two neutrons at the same pole.  If this was not allowed, physically, their would be a limit as to how many elements could form.  Because as each proton and neutron are added to the circular chain, the flexibility of each connection adds more and more flexibility to the whole, and causes reflex in the chain when stressed.  In other words, two links in a silver necklace have very little angle play in which to bend, but many links in a silver necklace allows for curves to form, and many bends until it becomes a graceful silver circle around a beautiful woman’s neck.

I will be working on Boron, but I might have to start at carbon and work my way back.  Wish me luck.  🙂

My Unified Field Theory Predicting the Beryllium 9 Isotope

In my field theory, Protons mostly repel each other, and mostly bond only with neutrons.  Electrons form ring orbitals at right angles to the axis of protons that they are linked with.  Thus, we have limitations on how easy it is for protons and neutrons to form.

The first atom is of course hydrogen.  It commonly has no neutron, and the electron orbits the hydrogen yet does not fall inwards toward it.  This is explained by the quanta fields surrounding the proton, where inside, we have a doughnut ring with another particle that greatly attracts the electron, thus the proton field pushes against the electron field, but each has a particle that pulls them together.

The next atom is Helium, whose first stable isotope is Helium 3, which is composed of a proton-neutron-proton chain, it is not very abundant. But it is interesting..


The most abundant isotope is Helium 4, which has two protons and two neutrons, and it would look like this:


The next atom is Lithium, which is discussed in the previous post, My Unified Field Theory.  To recap, the most stable configuration of Lithium were two isotopes in ring form.  Lithium 1-5 always have protons touching, very closely, thus none of those were able to form lasting isotopes.  Lithium 6, as helium plus the proton and neutron as a tangent to the helium ring would not work because the bonds are so close together the whole magnetic system forms a ring, it almost imposes a ring formation upon itself.  Lithium 6 as a ring does work.  And Lithium 7, the more abundant lithium isotope is even more stable because the bonds are under less stress at the angles they connect to. No other Lithium isotopes are found to be stable.  This may or may not have to do with the angles in which electron orbital rings cross each other.  If that matters, that would be the final key to understanding Isotope production in the Periodic Table.

Finally we have Beryllium.

We have 3 ways in which to form the most stable isotope, which is Beryllium 9, it has four protons and five neutrons.

Let us first examine the reasons Beryllium 8 decays so quickly.

Beryllium 8 is basically two Helium atoms being pressed together through fusion in stars.


The first combination is one in which no proton is touching as the two come together on their sides, …


As we can see here, one neutron has to be shared by a neutron and a proton, and this is a very weak bond, even among these magnets, this bond is easily broken, more so in the atom where protons actually repel each other.  It is possible the electron rings cross at such an angle that they also create great instability for the atom.  Beryllium 8’s decay particle is actually helium itself, which is an alpha particle.  So it is clear that it is easy to see that if this bond breaks, one of them will definitely be a helium atom, or two protons and two neutrons.

The next configuration is two helium atoms put together in a layer…


Oddly, these neodymium magnets did not hold together very well in this configuration.  All the bonds were weak because they had to bond horizontally instead of from pole to pole.  This layered system fell apart easily, and made a helium atom in the process, just like we see with real world results in alpha decay in Beryllium 8.

The next bonding set up for Beryllium 8 was a ring system….


It is unknown to me why this configuration is unstable.  It is possible that protons are more disk shaped than spherical, just a bit, and my theory proposes just such a situation.  We have here, neutrons between each proton, so none are touching, and the electron orbital rings are at 90 degrees to each other.  If the protons are more doughnut shaped, then perhaps their angles are more limited than we have allowed for them.

The stable Beryllium Isotope is Beryllium 9.  It too is only stable in a ring format.


Here the proton-neutron bonds are in less stressful bonding angles, and the electron orbital rings are still nearly 90 degrees to each other.  It is interesting to note, that Beryllium 10 has a half life of 1.6 million years, which isn’t too short of a life.  It is possible that the extra neutron is found between the other two neutrons, which would explain why when it decays it throws off a beta particle, which is an electron or anti-electron.  This could indicate that neutrons in a neutron-neutron-neutron bond cause the center neutron to become unstable enough to lose its captured electron, which turns it back into a proton.  This would explain its decay products which are an electron, (or positron, which is just an electron spinning backwards) and boron 10.  Which is composed of 5 protons and 5 neutrons, exactly what would happen if a neutron self destructed in a Beryllium 10 ring.

My proposal is that electron orbitals put great stress on the inner structure of the atomic nucleus.  This limits the angles in which stable pole to pole connections can be formed.  Neutron to neutron binding may cause beta decay.  And proton-proton bonding is very limited, if it even occurs at all, which also goes to limit the angles that these sub atomic particles can bond at.  My theory, so far, helps to predict isotopes in the elements from Hydrogen to Beryllium, and possibly Boron.

I hope you enjoyed this theorizing as much as I did.  Have a great day.  And enjoy your weekend. 🙂

Unified Field Theory, Updated with Visuals

I owe many, many people much thanks and if not for the heroes and inventors and explorers, in science, history, math, and life in general, I would have never been able to accomplish this. I have spent nearly 30 years working on “our” theory. I hope you find it as enlightening as I do.

Unified Field Theory,
protons are magnets composed of a spinning, orbiting particle. The axis of the orbit is a connection to subspace, and possibly a twin particle in subspace, much smaller, spinning slower, but its effect is greatly amplified on the speed of the particle in normal space.
subspace connections to space will be slower and smaller, inversely, normal space connections to subspace will be larger and faster. the faster the orbit of a particle in subspace, the greatly amplified the speed of its twin or counter particle in normal space.

neutrons are protons that have been pressed together with the substance of an electron, and the electron is held in the core of the proton, which greatly reduces the fields of both particles, so that the magnetism of the proton is reduced.

protons repel each other because of the inner orbital particle, which is attracted greatly, and matches the charge of the inner part of the electron. It is likely that the size of the inner part of the electron is equal to the size of the inner particle that is orbiting the axis of the proton.

Neutrons repel each other less because of inner field cancellation, due to the electron being inside the proton that it is composed of, thus, the repelling factor is lessened, and the north and south poles of the neutron are then attracted to the north and south poles of protons more easily. This is also why neutrons tend to form pairs.

The inner core of an electron does not expand as the field around it expands. Instead, the more energy particles that are picked up, the greater the repulsion of the energy particles, and thus the field enlarges. The fields can equalize between electrons in an atom, but if the energy particles are added too quickly, the outer electrons will sling off the excess particles in the form of quanta of varying amounts and speeds, depending on three factors, one, the amount of energy particles picked up, two, the quickness the energy particles were added to the system, three, the strength of gravity attraction near the source of the energy offload.

Force can only be created by moving objects. Fields of force can only be created by moving particles.

The smaller the wave, and the more energy the wave has, the more it will behave as a solid.

The wave forms around atomic particles behave very closely to solid objects. Electron orbits, being so small, can transmit, and amplify inner vibrations and waves, and act as resonators.

Electron orbits within material can resonate wave forms from central atoms and molecules and create larger echoing wave forms and orbitals for energy particles around the material. This is how magnets made of iron and other materials so easily form outer orbitals that the energy particles can follow, and thus induce force effects that can seem very solid.

The structure of the material can block or amplify the field force, or energy particle orbitals, by being crystallized in such a way as to block inner electron orbital resonance, or to enhance inner electron orbital resonance.

The more electron orbitals a material has, the easier it is for the inner electron orbitals to slowly align to the horizon of the axis in the majority of protons and weakly so, to the neutron, because the more orbitals you have, the less the inner orbitals are affected by outer molecule bonding, and are thus free to orbit protons instead of being diverted out of shape by other electron orbitals in the outer area of the other atoms.

Electrons will seek to orbit protons at a 90 degree angle to the proton or protons they are orbiting.

Electrons can, when close enough to the orbits of other electrons, be pulled into the orbit of another proton, and the two electrons will and can exchange proton orbits. If an electron can not orbit a proton efficiently because of the proximity of more electrons and or other protons, it will expand its orbit and orbit the closest attractive source, at 90 degrees to the horizon of that source.

Electricity through wires is the movement of quanta from one electron orbit to the other, along the path of least resistance. A magnetic field is created in the wire due to the fact that the electrons in the material accept the quanta, expand, and thus temporarily allow the protons and inner electron orbitals to wiggle into alignments more along the 90 degrees angle to the their protons. Thus, turning the wire into a string of magnets, with swollen electron quanta fields that surround the wire and make a path of least resistance for the impulse of quanta, the wave, or the discharge of quanta, to travel along the wire, mostly on the outside, depending on the material’s crystal or bonding structure which can allow for easier inner pathways for the quanta to travel down the wire.

The colder some materials are, the less vibration in the system of atoms and bonds, the more easily, then, for inner electron orbitals to maintain better 90 degree angles to the protons, thus enabling some materials to become super conductors at lower temperatures.

It is very likely, that the wave vibrations of the inner orbiting particle of a proton causes wiggle waves that attract other objects. In normal space, the more this wave is amplified, the more it behaves as magnetic attraction.

But in subspace, this wiggle wave is amplified, when stresses in normal space on an atom are amplified. Thus stars, who have greatly stressed inner protons, will greatly stress and wiggle the waves of the subspace particles that create them, amplifying the magnetic effect, which pulls on other subspace particles more greatly, and is magnetism in subspace, but in normal space, we feel the pull as gravity.

Remember that the smaller the wave, and more energy it has, the more it behaves as a solid, the same holds true in subspace.

Quantum entanglement, or spooky action at a distance is a subspace anomaly. This is why in our normal space, we see the two objects, when one is acted upon by a force, the other, no matter how far away from the force, acts as if it too were that very same particle, moving away from the force even though there is none in its vicinity. However, in subspace, the two particles have not finished unbinding from the creation process, and thus their subspace connection is still strong enough to push one, when the other is pushed.

Gravity affects stars and planets nearly at real time, faster than the speed of light, but if gravity is subspace magnetism on our normal space’s particle’s subspace connections, then gravity isn’t really going faster than the speed of light, or attracting faster than the speed of light. Is it? It just seems that way. Because truly, it will attract at the speed in which magnetism attracts normal particles in normal space.

With much love from me to you….  ❤

proton1a Proton2 Proton3 proton4b

The reason the Electron is at the bottom of the inner core, is because I believe the North pole has too much energy going up and out for the electron to easily find its way inside from that direction. As the particle streams go up and out, they are very energized, but as they come back around, they give off some of their energy, and thus, are loosely and less energetically brought back in by both attraction and orbital path. Once they come back in, they pick up speed and sling shot out again.

Thus, the electron most likely finds itself pushed, by crushing star gravities at their cores, or other phenomena, into the south end of a proton.

This predicts that neutrons, being magnets, but reduced in power, can get closer to protons than other protons, and can, because of the electron inside, actually pull on other protons a bit.

It’s not very precise, but little by little, I hope to polish this theory.

proton4n Helium43dhelium4a   Lithium6aLithium7b

Understanding Quantum Entanglement from a subspace perspective:

QE1a QE2a

subspaceg1a subspaceg2a

wiggle1b      wavesolidity1ab


1.  I would like to explain how I believe electrons work when moving through objects like conductors. In most cases, electrons are very happy to stay married to their proton that they orbit. Thus, instead of leaving that orbit to travel through a wire, they like to pass on the energy to a nearby electron that has less than they do. I believe that in many instances, what we think are electrons moving through wires, and yes, I’m sure many do, but in fact, a lot of it will probably be the energy packets that are flung off of electrons when they get too full.

My description of an electron is fundamentally, like pac man. He’s going around the proton, and when he encounters a dot of quanta material, if he is full, he ignores it. If he is empty, he gobbles it up. Obviously, if there is too much in the area, they kind of get stuffed into him, he gets really fat, and is looking for a quick way to lose weight, because the fatter he gets, the more his orbit around his proton, miss pacman, becomes elongated, due to inertia of the extra mass, and the repulsion his normal ‘skin’ field has to her ‘skin’ field. It is this quanta field that keeps them apart when in the atom of hydrogen, and their are no neutrons around to repel them even more.

Anyway, this skin gets full, and he jumps up a level or two from his normal orbit, path, he has choices he can make when up there, let this food stuff fling off him as photons, such as when atoms heat up and they start glowing. Or he can touch another electron field ‘skin’ from another atom and give off energy as heat, friction, or he radiate quanta as other forms of radiation, depending on how much he ate, and how fast he needs to get rid of it.

In a wire, each pac man has a lot of neighbors, and they are usually in materials that have a lot of atoms with lots of electron orbitals, so they are out jogging away from the main homestead, passing the time, sharing a meal together, eating lots, or well, getting rid of lots of food waste, so on and on. So under normal circumstances, they really don’t have to leave their jogging routes. So energy can be passed from pac man to pac man just through doing ‘Bro’ bumps as they pass each other on the street.

Ah, but when a food truck accidentally gets dumped in the area of one side of the wire, ie electrical charge, and the other side of the wire has a famine, they talk about it real fast, and in a blink of an eye, they have carried all that food to the starving electrons, now, if there are unmarried protons at the other end, its not just a famine, its a real crisis. I mean, these guys, they like their women. The girls are wiggling their tails, so to speak, and those electrons know an invite when they see one, and yes, they will rush to that group of unmarried girls. But sadly, for the guys, they don’t realize that its a woman’s world, in the world of the atomic spaces, and they end up married before they even know what has happened. The girls grab up whoever is available, they are so attractive, many guys, electrons, in the street one block over, in a house, atom, with too many guys circling it, will jump at the chance to be with them, this is due to the attractive forces that match very strongly with the attractive forces in the electron. I mean, the protons, the girls, would very much jump to the electrons if they could, but right now, they are too bunched in this wire in this molecule to leave their home. So most of the time, the guys come to them.

This rush from street to street to find peace in the arms of a hot babe, is what we call current. the voltage is just how badly they want to go there, or sense them being single. Now, if the streets are cold, then, everything kind of settles down, as you said, I can imagine, then, that those spaces in the matrices do indeed open up a bit, and the path way for electrons to find the babes becomes a lot easier to do, helping to make the wires superconductive.

But my theory says that the streets that energy travel on, the food of the electrons, can make trails, or orbits further away from the electrons than most people realize, and thus a lot of energy can be transported through these other channels.

These food trails stretch out past the wires and surround them, because atoms can do something very amazing inside of them.

Your idea of fluid dynamics playing a part in atomic processes is very interesting because my theory is that the smaller the particle and the faster it moves, the more solid it behaves, very much like water under pressure. A fire hose, with lots of particles, water, is limp, until energy is added, more water, and it firms up. I haven’t applied this idea to atomic structures, but since the particles tend to travel in well defined orbits, or in strings, they could very well have fluid like pressures. I don’t know, I’d have to think about it some more.

You may be asking, how can electrons and electron skins, so to speak, form orbitals, or new streets way outside their normal paths?

My theory states that since electrons will always try to stay at 90 degrees to their proton partner, or to the general axis of the neutron/proton complex, the nucleus, then all the electrons will generally try to be on the same plane, this 90 degree tug is stronger than electrons pushing away from each other, but they do, and in an atom that is really unorganized inside, the electrons will make streets just about anywhere they can find a nice path. But if the protons and neutrons are stacked up a little better on the inside, then the electrons will try to straighten up a little flatter.

All these electron streets, at the size they are, are very, very fast around the proton. By the time they walk the trail, they can almost see themselves walking up ahead. Not quite like going in the past or time travel, just really really fast jogging going on. Because of this, like putting your hand on a fan blade that is moving, you tend to touch the plastic blades more than the spaces when the blade is not quite in that area. Because of this near physicality, the streets can act as harmonizing rings, or rings of metal, like the ice seems to make around Saturn. Up close, its just a bunch of objects in orbit, but far away, it looks like solid rings, so much so, that light reflects off of them brightly because there are so many things there reflecting the light.

Well, vibrations and waves can literally bounce off of electron orbits because the orbits are so fast and so energized. And when vibrations set up in the inner rings, they vibrate this toward the outer rings.

Like a tuning fork. One side is hit, the waves travel in the air, hit the other side, and makes it shake the same way, and they form resonance.

If, you have six atoms in a circle. And each atom is aligned to each other atom, and all their poles are pointed up, and their horizons or equators are pointed at each other, then when one atom starts singing, the other orbits nearby, will start humming the same tune. They can resonate so strongly, that the quanta skins of the electrons cant really tell who to wrap themselves around, and thus travel along the wave fronts of the singing, in a circle around the six atoms. They will only go so far, because the quanta are about as attracted to electrons as electrons are to protons, in fact, sadly, you could almost call them their kids.

Now, when a ring of quanta particles becomes thick enough, the electrons can, i believe, accidentally jump down a trail of quanta, and circle the six atoms. Thus making expanded electron orbitals. This is especially true if the quanta trail is at 90 degrees to the main axis of the atomic nuclei. I mean, the electrons are literally surrounded by food, song, and wine. What else can they do but end up in someone else’s back yard?

2.   I was thinking that my theory unifies gravity, magnetism and electrical properties. But that wasn’t my main goal, oddly enough. My main goal was to understand how the atomic nucleus is organized and why electrons orbit them in circles instead of just sticking to the outside of them with static cling.

That may sound very simple, but in reality, there is a large amount of movement going on, when static cling could very well do the job by itself if all we wanted was a way to get electrons to stick to protons.

Why the extra movement?

Why orbitals?

Why didn’t electrons orbit protons or other electrons, in general?

What was special about protons, that they liked to enter into exclusive partnerships with electrons?

Why are their charges the same but opposite, and yet the electrons are so much smaller?

The answer to that is that there is something inside the proton attracting the electron with an equal but negative charge. And that some kind of particle field streams “skins” were keeping the two from sticking together more closely. And that the particle inside the proton “skin” was circling something in the very center of the proton, thus the electron was naturally compelled to run around the proton skin and chasing its dream mate, in circles. This particle is obviously smaller than the skin of the proton, so odds are, it is the same size as the electron, thus enabling the two charges to have both an charge symmetry as well as a physical symmetry.

Now, if my theory is true, then it predicts one thing, and discounts a very famous principle.

It predicts, that the wiggle vibration is formed from this single inner proton particle due to the pull on it by the attraction of the electron circling way outside in its electron orbital as it chases it.

This is, I believe the cause of gravity waves, or helps to cause gravity waves, technically, attraction waves that act as enhanced attraction in normal space, magnetization, when in a group of atoms where the waves are amplified because they are all on the same general level, and magnetism in subspace, that expands its effect because the space is smaller to other particles down there, but up here, acts like gravity.

Now the principle I’m about to predict the failure of, in general is a big one.

But if you take a hydrogen atom, and can closely measure the electron’s orbital size, and measure the time of the wiggle of the inner proton particle as it occurs, you can predict and find the electron in its orbital as it quickly chases this particle.

Do you recall what theory that this prediction, if found true, will prove to be false? For if I am right, then we can know where and when an electron, and maybe other particles, will be, with a good degree of certainty.

3.  The aether problem.

I remember a while back, that some people did tests in the part of space the earth was headed to, and the part of space it had just left, and they found a kind of drag effect. They postulated that this drag could be caused by aether.

However, my theory states that quanta form particle streams around resonating waves caused by the inner waves of atoms from being super energized and almost solid because of how fast they move. Thus, these resonating wave fronts act like orbital paths that quanta can stream into and circulate through. As these get bigger and bigger, they can form the guass lines, and other fields, thus they can extend like an atmosphere around objects, big or small, planets, or little hand held magnets, stars or black holes in the middle of a galaxy.

So in effect, there is an aether, it is just highly organized, and like the gasses around a planet, found in layers around celestial objects that have the resonating polarization needed to make them from within.

This is how you can have drag in space, but these effects should only be found in the vicinity of celestial objects, out in deep space, space is thinner, and the effect of drag could very well be nil.

Warm October Day

Let me share with you, a tiny memory of last fall to help brighten this snowy day…

From the grumbling stormy sky, to the maple trees below, air swirls over and around up high, rattling the papery leaves soothingly slow. A single golden leaf lands softly upon my hair, and a warm pleasant breath envelops me as with care. The scent of sweet maple sap, turned to wine, comes up from the yellowing lawn where the leaves have been left behind. And the sun breaks through towering columns of white and grey, as softness seeps into my soul this warm October day.