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The Structure of the Hydrogen Atom
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[The Deuterium Atom]

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The energetic swirl (proton) sucks in energy through its opening. Its swirling movement concentrates and then expels the energy via singularity in packages of energetic matter that are aligned in a rope-like loop formation (adjacent picture). Just as it did in the initial formation, the released energy continues to swirl to the right in a pattern of long horizontal and short perpendicular paths (amplitudes). The energetic paths proceed onwards and by dint of their particular motion create concentrations of energy that are called positrons.

These concentrations contain all the characteristics of the proton, but the proportion between the magnetic and energetic amplitudes is different as is its swirling and spinning movements. Moreover, the positron creates a new loop (swirl) in which the proportion of spinning vertical movement is greater than the horizontal swirling. This is referred to as a neutron formation.

The positron formation resembles an energetic cloud. Due to the fact that the neutron cannot absorb all the incoming energy, the positron is located at the end of the energetic path (rope). Scientists have also named this positron cloud "antimatter," because of the supposed “annihilation phenomenon” that takes place during its collision with electrons (picture below)

However, wave theory contends that there is no antimatter nor do these entities annihilate one another. They simply form wave formations that resemble the photon. In fact, a spectrometer is likely to identify this entity and designate it as the line of a new photon formation.

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