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  1. #1 A theory 
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    The electron is moving, this will load the quarks with energy, this energy wants to go away, but the electron keeps the energy inside, this will atract other atoms to them.[/quote]


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    Quote Originally Posted by guldurkhand
    The electron is moving, this will load the quarks with energy, this energy wants to go away, but the electron keeps the energy inside, this will atract other atoms to them.
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    What are you talking about ? There are no quarks in an electron.


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    that theory defies the current theory we study and learn.. forgot who started it though.
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    When a current theory is defied there must be a very good reason for defying it.
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    The kinetic energy of the electrons in their orbits cannot suffer from entropy....at least immediately, I believe what they call the black death is in fact the decay of all physical energies and mass into pure energy, which I suppose would include the kinetic energy of electrons orbiting a nucleus. Besides that, the electrons cannot load the quarks with energy. They may possess energy levels, but that is not directly related to the quarks...rather the conditions that they set up for the electrons to adhere to.

    Even if electrons did have that effect, your theory defeats itself. You say the energy would like to go away, hence entropy, though you also claim that this effect would cause attraction between the atoms. If anything this would repel them, and in fact repulsion does occur, but by other forces.

    Two of the, if not the only elements holding atoms together are the ionic and covalent forces which deal with how many electrons the atom "wants" in its out shell. Though for what reason it would like to have a certain number, we do not know.
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