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  1. Listen, man, I don't like drama. But on the occasion that you also don't like drama and aren't actively looking for it, I must inform you: At first it seemed you simply didn't know a thing you were talking about. But you appear to have gone off the deep end just now.
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  2. So what if the dipictions of aliens in the 50s and 60s weren't similar to reports of alien sightings later on? That's not the question, the question is whether or not the aliens depicted in Close Encounters were based on reported sightings. Thoth's not that weird, there's loads of people who think as he does. You on the other hand are one, let's say 'special' dude. Can you honestly not see how you're every bit as bad as Thoth, just in the other direction?
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  3. I haven't implied a supernatural explanation of any kind, not once. I agree that everything within the realm of our universe has a natural explanation. What is so supernatural about magnetic field interactions? Do you not believe in magnetic fields? If that's the case, you might be more like Thoth than you'd like to admit. The definition of conspiracy, and this is loosely speaking, is the intent or scheme by an either secret or public group to enact something unlawful or reprehensible. By extent, a "conspiracy theory" is one proposing or theorizing that a conspir
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  4. Stability of the Hydrogen Atom (HA): According to classical physics, the hydrogen atom is composed of an electron orbiting a proton and the assumption here is that the electron would eventually plunge into the proton because it would lose its energy. This is another example of faulty math that is used to refute Newtonian mathematics. The reason why this math is erroneous is because the Magnetic forces are not considered. So, I would like to explain why that does not happen. The electrons revolution around the proton causes the proton to spin in the same direction as the motion of
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  5. Very possibly. I thank you for actually contributing to the topic, instead of picking fights like Montgomery over here.
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  6. Janus The electron does not radiate a photon unless it absorbs a photon first. In the ground state of the HA, it is radiating a continuous sign wave of one angstrom. The ground state of the HA is the normal balanced state of the HA where all forces and orbital momentum of the electron is balanced. In this state, all the HA's would also be in the GS. So there is no absorption of energy by any of the surrounding atoms. This complies with the Laws of Conservation of Energy. Even though space is saturated with these one angstrom continuous sign waves, there is nothing in space to absorb thes
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  7. The reason that electrons would lose energy under classical physics is that it is a charge traveling in a circular motion, and a circular motion is an accelerated motion. Accelerating charges emit electromagnetic radiation. The energy for this electromagnetic radiation has to come from the electron, thus the electron spirals in. Now let's see how this applies to your "explanation": As the electron reaches its "ground state", it is still moving in a circular motion. Thus it must still be emitting EMR, and still be losing energy. The only place this energy can come from is the proton-ele
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