Three (3) Questions: 1. Keeping in mind the light emitted by Synchrotrons, then taking the electron as a point charge, and assuming that it orbits the proton in accord with a proper 1s type wave function, does that electron continuously emit (and/or absorb) radiation other than virtual pairs even if it is for time < 10(-18) sec? 2. If it does emit radiation, then what energy level, if any? 3. If so, from where does the atom get the energy to maintain that quantum state?