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    Has anyone tried smashing two electrons into each other and seeing what happens ?


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    Yes. This is what they do in the particle accelerators - smash together all sorts of particles including electrons. This is how you convert energy from the form of kinetic energy into the form of particles, for when these particles smash into each other their energy of motion is converted into a bunch of particles. What particles is partly random but also depends on how much kinetic energy it is (how fast the particles are going).


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    i think smashing elecrons will just produce electromagnetic radiations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anand_kapadia
    i think smashing elecrons will just produce electromagnetic radiations.
    I don't really know if that's true. The strong nuclear force (I don't know if it's called that in English since I've translated Swedish) can make the two particles combine when they're enough close to each other.
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    Quote Originally Posted by leohopkins
    Has anyone tried smashing two electrons into each other and seeing what happens ?

    I was taught electrons never touch, ever, never.

    When you see those strange pictures of what they say are two particles colliding. The image or the view is being carried by an infinite number of electrons to the eye. Through a massive amount of atoms.
    Because the vacuum in the accelerator, is no where near, the vacuum of deep space. Which would not be enough anyway.

    And the vacuum of space, is nothing compared to areas within a plasm arc. Sometimes atoms may expand to be 1/8" to 3/16" inches in diameter. You do not get that in space. In space the atoms are rather small. Meaning there are still a lot of them, under a lot of pressure.

    To say that two electron particles collided is very immature, irresponsible, and unscientific at beast in my opinion. They may have destroyed a couple protons. I was taught that a proton is a ball of electrons. That might cause something like those pictures they show.

    This was the view of Benjamin Franklin. Who said, "Rebellion against tyrants is obedience to God".

    Also I do not believe that they even understand if there accelerator is a positive or negative accelerator. I say it is a negative accelerator, if it creates light. What brings you light in my world is slowed down ambient radiation.


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    Quote Originally Posted by William McCormick
    Quote Originally Posted by leohopkins
    Has anyone tried smashing two electrons into each other and seeing what happens ?
    I was taught electrons never touch, ever, never.
    You were also taught protons are balls of electrons, which makes a small hole here.

    If electrons can never touch, how can they make a proton, and how can two protons combine to make a larger element such as helium if they cannot touch?

    I have always wondered how your electron universe explains the sun and its workings. Also what does it say about how the niverse began?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmund
    Quote Originally Posted by William McCormick
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    Has anyone tried smashing two electrons into each other and seeing what happens ?
    I was taught electrons never touch, ever, never.
    You were also taught protons are balls of electrons, which makes a small hole here.

    If electrons can never touch, how can they make a proton, and how can two protons combine to make a larger element such as helium if they cannot touch?

    I have always wondered how your electron universe explains the sun and its workings. Also what does it say about how the niverse began?

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    The electrons are held in by the proton spheres shape, by ambient radiation. The angles and arcs created at the protons surface, cause the ambient radiation a two fold, velocity and angle advantage, over the trapped electrons in the sphere.

    As ambient radiation passes through matter from every angle and from every direction. The ambient radiation electrons, pass by the protons, and create a little wave of repulsion, that covers the surface of the protons with a repulsive force. The gyrating electrons in the proton, cannot achieve escape velocity. During the bombardment.

    Take a look at these two links. This explains how the space between electrons in the proton absorb velocity and create the effect of mass and weight.

    http://www.Rockwelder.com/Flash/Ball...lsandTime.html

    This is an actual picture in picture video of a real event.

    http://www.Rockwelder.com/Flash/Ball...sAndAtoms.html

    You can see that with a tiny bit of space between the two objects we created a new structure that can absorb velocity. There is an amazing lesson there. This was something that a lot of guys at the pool hall used to know.

    A loose rack of balls on the pool table, will not allow even the most seasoned professional to break up the pack/rack. The pack/rack will just absorb the energy. And almost stay as they were. It is something everyone should get to see in real life. And even take a shot at the rack themselves.


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    Quote Originally Posted by William McCormick
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    Has anyone tried smashing two electrons into each other and seeing what happens ?
    I was taught electrons never touch, ever, never.
    You were also taught protons are balls of electrons, which makes a small hole here.

    If electrons can never touch, how can they make a proton, and how can two protons combine to make a larger element such as helium if they cannot touch?

    I have always wondered how your electron universe explains the sun and its workings. Also what does it say about how the niverse began?

    ~Edd
    The electrons are held in by the proton spheres shape, by ambient radiation. The angles and arcs created at the protons surface, cause the ambient radiation a two fold, velocity and angle advantage, over the trapped electrons in the sphere.

    As ambient radiation passes through matter from every angle and from every direction. The ambient radiation electrons, pass by the protons, and create a little wave of repulsion, that covers the surface of the protons with a repulsive force. The gyrating electrons in the proton, cannot achieve escape velocity. During the bombardment.

    Take a look at these two links. This explains how the space between electrons in the proton absorb velocity and create the effect of mass and weight.

    http://www.Rockwelder.com/Flash/Ball...lsandTime.html

    This is an actual picture in picture video of a real event.

    http://www.Rockwelder.com/Flash/Ball...sAndAtoms.html

    You can see that with a tiny bit of space between the two objects we created a new structure that can absorb velocity. There is an amazing lesson there. This was something that a lot of guys at the pool hall used to know.

    A loose rack of balls on the pool table, will not allow even the most seasoned professional to break up the pack/rack. The pack/rack will just absorb the energy. And almost stay as they were. It is something everyone should get to see in real life. And even take a shot at the rack themselves.


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    William McCormick
    No offence but you are talking from the opposite side of your body

    A proton is made up of 3 quarks.
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    But William, you also said slowing down electrons would cause an explosive effect, so when these electrons are slowed and formed into a proton, would it now explode?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchellmckain
    Yes. This is what they do in the particle accelerators - smash together all sorts of particles including electrons. This is how you convert energy from the form of kinetic energy into the form of particles, for when these particles smash into each other their energy of motion is converted into a bunch of particles. What particles is partly random but also depends on how much kinetic energy it is (how fast the particles are going).
    It is as Mitchell has said, ignore William, when you "smash" electrons together, you get a bunch of particles based on the kinetic energy involved
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