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charge is geometry and spin is fitting together two funnel shapes Chapt13.4.03 Charge, Restmass, Spin, Speed, GeometricalSize of particles from DTW #1015 New Physics #1135 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed
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charge is geometry and spin is fitting together two hemispheres Chapt13.4.03 Charge and spin #1017 New Physics #1137 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed
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Nov 21, 2012 1:49 AM


Alright, I spent most of the day thinking of how to resolve this problem. I was thinking of the helium atom for a solution. The problem is quite easily stated that the proton is Elliptic geometry, the outside surface of a sphere, whereas the electron is Hyperbolic geometry, the inside layer of the sphere with the poles and equator deleted. So that one electron is a hemisphere, an inward hemisphere.
That solves the problem of two electrons filling a suborbital with one spin up and the other spin down. So if we had a sphere surface, it would be the proton, and inside the inner wall would be two electrons, one hemisphere apiece.
Now that is allowed so far, because the majority of the electron's time is spent in the center of the nucleus, or, inside a proton.
The Trouble was: well, it should be obvious what the problem is, in that if two electrons fit inside a single proton, then where and what is the other proton doing, in the helium atom.
A solution came to me, only I will have to renege an earlier comment that the neutrino has spin 0. The neutrino maybe a solution.
The proton would hold one electron as occupying a hemisphere and the neutrino would occupy the other hemisphere.
And that would also destroy the idea that two electrons occupying an orbital are like two hemispheres put together. Instead it is the one hemisphere of the electron with the other hemisphere as a neutrino.
Have to think some more..
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