Differences accross the weak field noted by what something appears like there and how it could be done using my model. I arrive here with ideas that lead accross into other areas.
That is what I am left saying after my look at it.
The electron enters the weak field of a proton in which there is a opening it can be captured in a shell. Their use of the term shell tells its effect blankets the charge of the proton.
The Electron still have an orbit. In the case of shells which are at least pairs there are spins and the motion in opposite direction within that shell.
The Photon emited by them will not be a shell or ball. It will have the shape of two quadrants as its wave. In the direction of its motion.
It always seemed odd to say pass by each other. Let alone Schrodinger's Cat. My first solution was to have the elctron exist as a charge leaving the photon to an antenna. It is a now a shell not a photon exactly. It is not a photon traveling in one direction either.
You can still get this to Schrodinger's Cat because you can't tell whose tail you've pulled. They are moving in realtion to one another through out the shells.
I hate to say it this way but you get the classical answer to the question.
Here is the roughest thing I will write on the page.
The Electron has to have a high enough energy to have a complex enough field to equal the energy or MC^2 of a Neutron. This is a requirement to staying there. Not something captured. There is then a second ?Lock? through the field in there as I described be for. It's energy is needed to stay there also.
If it's going further IT WILL ANYWAY BE JUST A ?Lock? being acted upon. It does not have what it had before. It's a ?Lock? ?Breathing in a Strong Field. The it will decay back to an Electron.
Bob L. Petersen
Late add. Classical maintained by peak for release.
Your right I'm running all over the house and I just stepped on Schrodinger's Cat.