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Kevin

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The New Muon Science
Posted: Mar 7, 2013 5:52 PM
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I've been inside the brain of particle physics and I just have to say
that it is really a wonderland, if you ask me. It is no wonder that
they couldn't get controlled fusion to work... but at least their
brains aren't completely fried on LSD, as what is apparent in the
quantum physics brain. Particle physics thinks that a proton at rest
is all jiggly like a blob of Jello. That's why a proton wount tell you
anything unless you jam a rod up it's ass to make it break open.

Two tests determine a proton to be at a given diameter. Muons prove a
proton to be at a smaller diameter. This is exactly the type of
discrepancy that makes science types drop their defenses to explain
the discrepancy. I'm kind of surprized that the muon folk prevailed
since the implications of it are enourmous to my given way of thinking
about things. When an electron jumps to a higher orbit, a bump appears
on the surface of the proton... When an electron drops to a lower
orbit, a dent appears on the surface of the proton. Well, muons prove
that bumps and dents on the surface of a proton are actually in the
ground effect layer. Muons bounce off of the ground which is beneath
the ground effect layer. Protons have ground effect? Who wouldn't be
shaking their heads in disbelief, methinks... Protons must be the
hardest and most roundest spheres imaginable if they have ground
effect. Muon Science is readily under CERN. Time stops and motion
stops completely when the ground effect layers of two protons make
contact. There is no momentum rule that says that the protons have to
continue on course until they burst open after that point. The spray
of particles is from ground effect and not from what is under ground
effect.



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