A proton is small. But a electron is considered a point charge. I had considered what I wanted to hit was the core. The generator of the actions. What was not the core was secondary effects of the core.
The name choosen for the core was the lock. Even accross the area of the lock secondary effects will take placed.
This goes back to a demonstartion in a Phsyics class. A wave being shown as it moves through space. By use of an antenna capturing the energy of it. Showing it's form. Traveling through the air. Air wait that's about 10E20 atoms of nitrogen and oxygen per centimeter. They are bouncing around at ### meters second. But it still shows the true form of what it is.
No if the photons wavelength is around the size of the electron shell of thoses atoms. That electron will be freed and go flying off.
Space must have the signature of everything around it in some way. In that way low energy photons can bridge around particles.
What is space? What part of what part?
Where does the or how is energy dissipated.
How does it "Fit"
Any action of any wave should generate a wave. NO WAVE
On of the two has to has to be true.
Back to the books.
Cashmere Effect Separate plates at low temperture the present of little or no radiation or low radiation of a narrow bandwith.
"Fitting" Pushing or Pulling
It could only be working on the smallest parts of a photon. That has a wavelength wider then the distance between the plate. The distance is not the only thing that can effect whether it's push or pull the material. Antenna. A pattern. Apparent.
Droping in. Pulling out. Being forced back out. Squeezing back in.
Lines of Gravition. Curvature of Space. Bob L. Petersen
A question of size. A proton is small But a electron is considered a point