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The Structure of the Hydrogen Atom
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[The Deuterium Atom]

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A black hole that attracts a considerable amount of energetic matter can create more than one “storage” swirl. This phenomena also takes place in concentrated energetic atoms. For example, hydrogen atoms in frigid water lose energy and are less active, and their energetic matter is consequently more concentrated. Therefore, they create more compact neutron loops, deuteriums, and tritiums. These particular deuterium atoms are toxic to living formations, as they are incapable of providing energy to “living tissues” (like the original, highly-energetic hydrogen atom).

Highly-energetic hydrogen atoms prevent neutron formations from developing stable storage “tanks” in which to conserve energetic matter. Instead, as mentioned above, it apparently produces a row of small tanks that expel excess energy via the neutron’s rope in which energy circulates perpendicular to the proton and positron. The energetic properties face towards the inside of these formations (in contrast to the positron’s properties that face towards the outside).

The hydrogen atom, like the photon, is highly energetic and is capable of transferring an extensive amount of energy, but its storage capacity is limited. However, in a molecular formation with other atoms, hydrogen atoms create highly-energetic “living” swirls (this process is examined comprehensively in the article on life formations):

In fact, hydrogen is even more vital to living formations than oxygen: in volcanic regions deep beneath the ocean surface, many organisms survive without any access to oxygen. The presence of high-energy hydrogen in these locations reinforces the significance of water (H2O) as far as living formations are concerned.

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