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Please Separate Electron From Space (position).

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Posted by Alexander on August 30, 2001 22:57:45 UTC

Take an electron and move it to another location. By what Luis said above it now became DIFFERENT electron, and this is completely INCORRECT.

So, please, distinguish between the POSITION and the PROPERTIES of a particle - these are completely different things.

Identical twins or billiard balls are, by the way, NOT identical - they have different properties (say, different number of atoms).

Unlike electrons or protons which ALL have exactly the SAME properties, thus are IDENTICAL.

If they (electrons) were NOT identical, we would not have Fermi-Dirak statistics for them and we would NOT have Pauli exclusion principle which governs all chemistry (thus life too, by the way), thus all chemical elements and all chemistry would be completely different than they are, because it is Pauli principle which dictates IDENTICAL electrons to occupy DIFFERENT energy states in atom, (without being identical they all would occupy the same level).

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