Tuesday, May 10, 2011


Now Electrons are the biggest misinterpretation of data in our century.

People say that for every Proton in an Atom, there is an Electron.  So a Hydrogen Atom with one Proton, has one Electron.


The orbital distance is consistent with the Atoms Event Horizon of combining with another Atom.  Since Hydrogen is the smallest Atom, consisting of only one Proton, it has only One event horizon.  This is the point where it will combine with another Atom of its size or larger.  One Event Horizon means tehre is only one point where we can "see" the blip of the "electron."

Now take Helium.
Helium has two Protons.  Thus, scientists thought it must have two Electrons.  And it seemed to!  However, this is because Helium actually has Two Event Horizons.

One for Atoms of the same size or larger, and one for Atoms smaller than it.  Since it is only 2 Protons large, there is only one smaller Atom, Hydrogen.  Thus, we can identify Two Event Horizons.  These points of no return were incorrectly interpreted as orbital paths that the mystical Electron partical follows.

It is worth noting that Heliums Atomic Mass is actually 4, because it has 2 Protons and 2 Neutrons.  However, this combination of 4 particals is still the only next step up from the 1 partical Hydrogen Atom.

Next up, we have Lithium, which is the third smallest Atom.  It is said to have Three Electrons.  This is because it has Three Event Horizons.  One for Hydrogen.  One for Helium.  And one for anything its size or larger.

The old model of Protons, Neutrons, and Electrons is incorrect.  Protons and Neutrons are actually the same things.  They were seperated into categories to provide a convenient mathematical evidence to the existence of Electrons.

This is why "Protons" increase in steps of One.  Because for each Event Horizon added, there was required to be another Electron, which would insist upon the presence of a counteracting Proton.

But this is not Truth.  Because Electrons do not Exist.  And so, the Proton is unnessecary.  Protons are the same as Neutrons.  They both contribute energy to the overall spin of the Atom. If you look at the Atomic Masses, you will see that Atoms only form in patterns that allow for stable spins.  1, 4, 6, 9, 10, 12, 14, etc. 

Dividing the Masses into Protons and Neutrons to justify the amount of Event Horizons is pointless.

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