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The Structure of the Hydrogen Atom
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[The Deuterium Atom]

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The energetic swirl — the core of the wave — constitutes one of the wave formation’s most vital components (pictures below).

It takes the form of a black hole in large galaxies, an energetic star in binary stars (the second star behaves like a neutron), and the proton in atoms. The latter can thus be considered the smallest example of a “black hole” known to man. In fact, every quark (string of raw energetic matter) creates closed formations (wave formations) in which the size of the strings is insignificant. Each of these formations, including the proton, swallows energetic matter from its surroundings. Thereafter, the matter is processed into raw energetic matter and is expelled via singularity (picture: above, left).

These properties and behaviors have characterized every single energetic wave formation since the beginning of the universe. By dint of its swirling and spinning movement, energetic matter creates closed, energetic wave formations that provide the venue in which energetic matter continues its perpetual motion. Smaller entities (quarks) produce these formations instantly, while huge formations require an extended period of time (as seen in one of the latest pictures of our universe that were taken by the Hubble Telescope,: below, left). This process resembles the sparks produced by welding metal (below, center), as wells as the quarks in the Wilson Chamber (below, right). The quarks form a symmetrical wave formation by their spinning and swirling movement. After forming a photon, the quarks disappear from our sight.

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