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Brett Nortj
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The electron is pushing against the other electrons like a 'fullerene.' This is where they would enter the proton, except that there is another electron pushing against it as if it were a another negative charge trying to enter.

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A you can see, it pushes against it, like that. This gives it structure and support, so that the atom does not implode.

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3 hours ago, beecee said:

So pray tell, what is the electron in an atom of hydrogen pushing against?

Leaving that pseudo claim........

Great detailed answer Marcus! This is obviously Pauli's exclusion principle in operation, correct?

Well, my answer sees the gases having too few electrons to polarize, so they travel through the atom, making it a gas.

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16 hours ago, Brett Nortj said:

The electron is pushing against the other electrons like a 'fullerene.' This is where they would enter the proton, except that there is another electron pushing against it as if it were a another negative charge trying to enter.

You seem to be suggesting that there are electrons or other negative charges inside a proton. This is, of course, like almost everything you post, complete drivel.

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16 hours ago, Brett Nortj said:

The electron is pushing against the other electrons like a 'fullerene.' This is where they would enter the proton, except that there is another electron pushing against it as if it were a another negative charge trying to enter.

image.jpeg.183b22c51a1d20a248a0384e9f279924.jpeg

A you can see, it pushes against it, like that. This gives it structure and support, so that the atom does not implode.

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