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    Please: “Qs”

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    quark-antiquark pair; is a hydrogen Adam produced from (1) quark & (1)
    antiquark = Mason; regardless of the quark/antiquark pair is, would there, still, be only one type of hydrogen Adam? OR is radiation decay behind hydrogen’s formation; if radiation, what type of process decay to form a: hydrogen Adam, from what kind
    of particle ?

    “Q” baryon antibaryon pair: A Helium Adam, is it formed from: 3 quarks (baryon) & 3 anti-quark
    (antibayron) &/OR from a type of radiation decay. if radiation, what type
    of process decay to form: a Helium Adam; if so, from what kind of particle
    & would the radiation be beta?


    Thanks Kindly

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    “Q” at the moment of death, is any radiation, beta-/beta+, alpha, gamma, or ___ decay released?

    I am trying to find out if, at moment of death, if there is any form of non-thermal energy released, at that moment, that could/would trigger the radiation decay, perhaps a beta+ decay, in-turn, forming a: neutron, positron & a neutrino? If so: could one, out there theoretical call this an antimatter nuclei / Adam; a cell world stretch the terms of biology & physics…?


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    Very unclear.

    A Hydrogen Atom isn't a Meson but a Baryon.
    Could you rephrase your question in more accessible English?


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    It's like theorist all over again.

    You're going to have to be more clear. Like Kerling, I have no idea what you're getting at.
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    Quote Originally Posted by okwithme View Post
    “Q”[/B] quark-antiquark pair; is a hydrogen Adam produced from (1) quark & (1)
    antiquark
    A hydrogen atom is a proton and an electron.

    “Q” baryon antibaryon pair: A Helium Adam, is it formed from: 3 quarks (baryon) & 3 anti-quark
    (antibayron) &/OR from a type of radiation decay.
    A helium atom consists of two protons, two neutrons and two electrons.

    [/COLOR]“Q” at the moment of death, is any radiation, beta-/beta+, alpha, gamma, or ___ decay released?
    No. Unless, perhaps, the person died in an atom bomb explosion.
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    How Is That Happen?

    and thanks
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    Thanks: Flick Montana, I WILL try harder Sir from okwithme
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    Quote Originally Posted by okwithme View Post
    How Is That Happen?
    How is what happen?
    ei incumbit probatio qui dicit, non qui negat
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