|Jul27-08, 08:20 PM||#1|
Does anyone have any ideas as to what would happen if 2 protons were accellerated to or just below the speed of light, fired (in a vacuum) in opposite directions to one another so that they would impact on each others side, not directly but rather in glancing fashion with a continuous stream of electrons (measured so as to behave like particles) being pushed in between the protons? direction of electrons could be perpendicular or in alignment with one of the protons directions.
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