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  1. I'd like to learn how to identify substances given NMR calculations. If you have or know where to find such information, it would be greatly appreciated.
  2. If, as one might understand, the conceptualization of tangible substance begins to denature on the scale of elementary particles, then the idea of these quantum charge disruptions having angular momentum doesn't make very much sense. What exactly is it that's "spinning" in a subatomic particle's angular momentum, and how specifically does it effect the rest of nuclear physics? Additionally, certain wavelengths of light instantly reverse the spin of rubidium molecules. What could be the reason for this?
  3. Wasn't sure if this was better suited to the physics forum or biology forum, but I feel like it applies more to biology. A query commonly posed amidst my thoughts is what would happen should, by any means possible, exotic matter such as hypernuclei be present in one's gene structure. Would the presence of strange quarks alter gene transcription in any manner? Would gene transcription even be possible? Or would there be effectively no difference in the biochemistry whatsoever? What are your thoughts?
  4. I have just completed a paper (unpublished, 10 pages) entitled : "Is Mass Spectrometry Accurate?" The pdf file of the paper is may be downloaded at my website. Our nuclear physics theory on nuclear binding energy is all wrong. The current concept of nuclear mass defect is wrong. The reason why the nuclear masses don't add up correctly in nuclear fission is because the the atomic mass provided by NIST is all wrong! Yes, the most prestigious of equipment, the Penning trap, cannot weigh atoms correctly! It could provide high precision indeed - to 10¯¹⁰ , but precision is not the same as accuracy
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