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posted 12/2/2016  22:40Send e-mail to userReply with quote
Shadow Spin String Theory.

About The shadows caused by charged particle. The shadow behind the proton caused by electrons presents, must be very narrow and radiate out. Just like the shadow behind the electron must be a tight beam. A like a long narrow
straight, like string,
shadow radiating out.
But electrons and proton have spin so these shadows, spiral around the whole system, bent by the spinning
electro static fields. The shadow bend forward into the spin electrostatic charge and then at a certain distance, farther out, where the spin starts to be come a fraction of the speed of light the shadow change direction.
Kind of like a flatten out spring. The way atoms hold onto each other by hooking on to the spiraling shadows.

The hydrogen atom and neutron creation.
When a electron comes near a hydrogen atom, the electron will move toward the proton, the proton will start to spinning faster. The electron will change coarse into the spinning electrostatic breeze, going into orbit. Because of a
Doppler like effect of a negative electron moving head on into a spinning positive electostatic field.
Electrostatic field can spin a up to superluminal speeds.

The electron does not pick up much spin, but move laterally. It goes into orbit. The electron will pick up spin from the proton within a certain distance. On the steep part of the positive electrostatic, from the proton slope on a 1/f^2 mathematical curve. None or little on the flat part.
When a electron move toward a proton, and by luck chance that it flies toward it on a perfect bulls eye, which very very rare. When the electron does get get very close to the proton they both spinning up to the speed of light, and
greater. This is where the MC^2 energy is at. And a neutron is born.

Electrons in the spin of a positive proton electrostatic field that are spinning at fraction of the speed of light, or greater, time will slow down in the spinning disc of the electrostatic field. Particals will get stuck in the thickest of honey. And will be dragged with proton where ever it goes. A electron will be frozen in orbit, and also spiraling shadow tail structure.
A star ship moving at the speed of light, cutting through all of the ambient back ground positive spin, time will slow down. A spinning black hole dragging its space time with it.
When a electron spins at at a fraction of the speed of light time speed up. Like the effect between entangled electrons.

posted 3/7/2017  10:44Send e-mail to userReply with quote
just so funny things that atoms&particle are
i'd always looked at particles as vortexes of time&space
it's like micro black holes sometimes entangled a little bit
it's like to be a little bit pregnant.

posted 3/16/2017  13:11Send e-mail to userReply with quote
They spin yes. What is vortex? In the 3D grid of the changing network, it is a cyclic change of connections to the nodes of that 3D grid. Thus more generally in the changing network, vortex is a loop. There are loops in the changing network, the same as there are loops in a computer code. These loops are a cyclic change of the connections in the network, thus they may be a cyclic change of anything. The same as they really are in a computer code, but there it is less evident. Loops are in almost every computer code, many of the formal systems cannot exist without loops, by the Gödel's theorem, yes loops are fundamental.

Look at things and think more generally, hey what they are?

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Last edited by tkorrovi @ 3/16/2017 1:21:00 PM

posted 3/31/2017  19:35Send e-mail to userReply with quote
How did the proton get its spin?

 How did the proton get its spin?
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