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photons that orbit atoms rather than electrons Chapt15.63 electrons of Helium seeking to be a photon structure #1362 New Physics #1566 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed
May 14, 2013 2:22 PM
Alright, the idea that antiparticles are nonexistent and are just merely a phase change of an original fundamental particle is stunning in its implications. I am just beginning to fathom some of its spectacular implications. For instance, a filled suborbital such as in helium or neon or zinc or magnesium would not have 2 paired electrons, one up and one down, but would have an electron with positron and those two would combine to form a energetic photon or light wave.
So that having electrons in orbit around a nucleus of an atom, we have most generally photons in orbit around a nucleus in almost every atom. In case a atom has a unpaired last electron, it quickly finds a chemical bond with another atom, so that in the chemical bond, the lonely electron is paired up with another electron to fulfill this quest of having two electrons turn into a photon.
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