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kevinajay
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Oct28-05, 01:24 AM
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Is there anyone who knows the answers of these two long-standing questions?

1. How can the orbital electron rotate permanently without energy supply?

2. How can the orbital electron keeps its position without merging into its nucleus when an external pressure applied on it if its kinetic energy balances delicately with its potential energy?

I found a very innovative theory about the questions:
[Crackpot links deleted]

How do you think?
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