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Topic:
The Cross Referance on Bees
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Jan 29, 2013 2:02 PM




Re: The Cross Referance on Bees
Posted:
Jan 29, 2013 1:58 PM


On Jan 22, 4:40 pm, Kevin <barry196...@yahoo.com> wrote: > OK, let's talk about a lighter change of topic which is Uranium... > Well, I guess it is commonly known at this point that electrons in the > outer shells of the heavier elements traverse at relativistic > velocities... What does that mean? Well, it means they don't spin and > the energy of the electron's orbit is a function of that electron's > radius... What is surprizing to me personally is that what I associate > with Feynmann seems to indicate that he may have modeled much of his > analysis on Uranium... Electrons in the outer shells of Uranium don't > interact with each other such that the orbit of one electron > influences the orbit of another electron in the same shell... That is > acceptable up to a point but I don't think that the orbit of electrons > is a repetative cycle analygous to the orbits of gravitational > bodies... The cross referance with bees is that electrons in orbit in > the outer shells of Uranium have a given resonance and that given > resonance is present in electrons that are not in orbit about a given > radius... Electrons that traverse through a conductor such as a copper > wire have a similiar resonance.
All electrons spin at c. It would not be an electron if it did not have this set spin rate. TreBert



