The concept of the electron

Reply Fri 25 Apr, 2014 11:13 pm

If the electron does not crash into atomic nuclei then what of the space between the nucleus of an atom and the electron cloud? just like there is gravity in a way that affects spacetime , the so-called strong force affects spacetime, and the so-called carrier particles -gluons- are subsequent to the affecting of spacetime at this level of size ,meaning that in the same way that we can suggest a graviton as the intense curvature of space ,basically speaking ,an even intenser curvature capacity has the potential of causing the manifestation of an energetic particle like the gluon, that through our "classical" methodology and analytical approaches only appears to be a carrier particle when it is actually subsequent to the "real" strong force that we have missed totally.
Now what this would mean is that the space of the coverage of the nucleus that is not the coverage that is adjoining particles,express possibly a remaining ,a modified spatial impact ,for the materialization of the gluon invariably subtracts from the energy of the system ,therefore it would take greater distance for the materialization of a secondary manifestation-the electron-that moves in balance with the transfer of gluons ,therefore the electron hovers in an orbital fashion, and the gluon transfers straight across, for the electron manifests in the secondary paths of many lanes of gluons transferring in many straight across relative directions.---------------------Arcades

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