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Posted by Eric J. Andresen on May 21, 2005 04:55:38 UTC

1. Inside the nucleus or proton is a central point that seems to describe the time particle origin.
2. Weak force and time force interactions seem to act on a pool of acceleration and/or deceleration particles at the strong force boundary.
3. These force interactions also play outside the strong force boundary to create null-space intersect points that extend in a spherical zone, that is sharp, outside the protons or neutrons. It is here that particles are accelerated away.
4. There is a boundary between this null-space zone and the strong force boundary seems to act like a faster-than-the-speed-of-light zone.
5. Past this null-space intersect zone seems to be a momentum-spread zone, that includes the electron orbitals.
6. Electrons appear to be "no-time" particles...they exist to help with protecting the nucleus with their probability orbital zone.
It appears they exist in momentum state in their orbitals...for neutrally charged atoms that is.
7. It seems that the higher the apparent mass of the nucleus, the lesser this speed of light barrier is; conversely, the lesser the apparent mass of the nucleus, the higher this speed of light barrier is.
8. It seems that positive mass atoms are imitative origins of the Universal origins.
9. The weak force origin might induce the neutrinos that they help craft in processes such as beta-decay to imitate the Universal crafting such that these neutrinos constantly switch spin states with a bias in one direction of spin state.

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