Chapter 5 - Wave Theory and the Electron
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Molecule Bonds
Single energy formations like atoms must join others to create a closed swirl formation that is capable of stabilizing energy. In this formation, in addition to the each atom’s individual swirl, there is a common central swirl that maintains energy in a stronger fashion than the single atoms did. These central swirls can be highly energetic, as in atoms, or weakly magnetic, as in molecules. Every closed formation has one purpose: to maintain energy, which is inflationary and tries to escape into space. The following picture shows the molecule connections:

From this picture, we see that adding energy elongates the magnetic path and enlarge the space between the electron and the energetic swirl. The electron cloud comes in contact with the positron cloud in front of the magnetic swirl of a neighbouring atom, creating a large, high-energy positron-electron wave-like formation. By adding energy, the electron can be easily separated from the positron of the second atom; the electron will not, however, escape from its own atom. An enormous amount of energy is required to enlarge the electron’s space and enable it to escape the atom’s wave.

Every atom must gather its characteristic requirement of energy to jump to a new orbit. This orbit is a new, fluctuating energetic path, connected by double paths to the magnetic and energetic swirls.

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