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@Paul What if the electron doesn’t rotate around the nucleus. They bond with protons to produce neutrons. Because they don’t exactly match the positive attraction of the proton that is what keeps them bonded to the protons that don’t have an electron attached to them. The nucleus that have more or less protons and neutrons would describe why there are isotopes of different elements that are stable and some are not.
I would like to discuss this further with someone that has an open mind and can let me know if this is something that is possible and should be explored.
thanks for your time.
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