You can't simply close your eyes to this because it's a fact.

Why, in quantum theory, is this completely ignored?



Ampere's "long wire law" is not only true for entire electrons but for portions of those electrons as well.


Ampere's long wire law states that parallel wires, in which electrons are going the same direction, will attract.

But quantum theory totally disregards the fact that electrons that are locked either spin up or spin down on orbitals will always ATTRACT each other when their closest sides are moving - like gears meshing - in the same direction.


This takes place BOTH in magnetism and in sigma and pi chemical bonding.


Nothing in present science, nor in quantum mechanics, predicts this or can answer why this is so.


I can answer why:

This ATTRACTION is where space-time, at that particular frequency, is being produced the least.


In fact this ATTRACTIVE binding is the reason we have binding energy.



How can quantum mechanics totally disregard this?" . . 2003 - - D.P. Fitzpatrick Jr.


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