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    This suggests that electrons are pusing themselves in two directions. If they really are pushing then it would explain why they are out of the nucleus and also why positive ions have their electrons closer to the nucleus and vice versa.

    And what if Strange Quarks act as adhesives with other electrons in bonding? Its possible...

    Any thoughts? [/img]


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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBiologista
    Unfortunately that would have a positive charge of 1/3 of the negative electron charge and a mass of something like 460 times the electron mass.
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    To clarify, the image is the one the OP tried to post. I have only a hazy notion as to what a quark is, let alone the various flavors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBiologista
    To clarify, the image is the one the OP tried to post. I have only a hazy notion as to what a quark is, let alone the various flavors.
    I understand that.
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