Tuesday, May 10, 2011

The Path of the Electron

What is an Electron?

Can anybody tell me?

What is that green thing that spins around the Atom?

Some say it is like a Partical.
Some say it's like a String.
Some say it can be in two places at once.
And some say it's everywhere at the same time!

So where is it?  Can I see one?  Have you ever seen one?  Has ANYBODY seen one?  NO!  Does it even exist?

Where does Energy come from?
Does it just appear?
Electromagnetic Force comes from the electron.

But then we have Gravity, that gets its force from Gravitons.  And there are Gluons, that hold things together.  And the Strong Force.  And th eWeak Force, which is radioactive and corrosive.
But where do these Forces come from?
Where do they get their energy from?
What makes Gravitons pull and Gluons stick?

And where is that Electron??

You can't see it.

You can't find it.

What if it didn't exist?

What if instead of being a String or a Partical, the Electron was just an Idea.

Let's look at Electromagnatism...

Particals spin.  All do.  Even every tiny Atom.  That spin creates Centrifugal Force and gives the Atom North and South poles, much like a planet:


Now, traditionally, you would place a ball on that arrow line:


But what if the Electron didn't exist?!  Then you are left with this:


Unlike the Partical model, where the Atom stands still, when the Atom is spinning, the Centrifugal Force takes the place of the Electron.  The difference is, that Centrifugal Force is not an "orbiting partical."  It is a Force that extends forever.


And when Atoms collide together, they can only do so in patterns that allow for stable rotations, otherwise, their counteracting Centrifugal Forces will counteract and decay each other.  Opposing rotations will corrode and break apart all the way back to the original Atom.  This accounts for the Weak Force.

Meanwhile, conspiring Atoms, that bind together and synchronize their rotations grow stronger.  This accounts for the Strong Force, as well as Gravity and Electricity, as you will come to see.

Say this were a massive Atom:


It would probably have a strong Centrifugal Force because all those Atoms are spinning in a stable manner.

That Centrifugal Force acts as a whirlpool, pulling everything in can towards its poles.  The pulling in at the poles by the whirlpool effect is what creates the Strong Force.  It is more powerful at a close distance becase it has a centralized point. Two infinitesimally small points on a partical the size of an Atom.  That's two powerful points!  In fact, they would actually pull together into a single central point, exactly at the center of the Atom.

Now Dark Energy is what is created by the opposing Centrifugal Force.  Remember that Truly in the Universe, there is always an equal but opposite reaction.


Now divide the total covered distance between the (+) and (-) points.  From the infinitely small (-) to the infinitely large (+).  At first, the Small(-) Force would be greater, because it is just a Dot, rather than a whole Circle; since the forces are Equal, the Smaller Dot is more intense than the Larger Circle.  But as the (+) and (-) Forces extend out forever, eventually they will get to a point where the Sphere shaped area of the Dot becomes greater than the Circle shaped area of the Spin.  At that point, an Event Horizon is created, where matter will either be pulled in or pushed away.
This is what creates Gravity and why Dark Energy eventually overcomes ti at great distances.

Gravitons do not exist.

Neither do Gluons.

Saying that Atoms have Gravity because they are Particals and then saying that what is responsible for that Gravity is another Partical within the Partical is just stupid and does not explain anything.

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