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If you knew some Physics, you would not be laughing.
Wed Mar 8, 2017 9:00pm

Quantum Mechanics insists on the absolute identity of electrons. That identity, combined with the Pauli Exclusion Principle (Fermi-Dirac statistics), is responsible for the shell structure of the electronics. If electrons were distinguishable, then the would all fall into the lowest atomic orbit. It it their indistinguishability that keeps them away from the nucleus in consecutive shells.

Since all electrons are absolutely identical with one another (regarding internal properties), if one electron had feelings, emotions, etc, etc, the rest would have exactly the feelings, emotions, etc. Since there are only three stable fermions in ordinary matter (neutron is not really stable, but is stabilized in many nuclei by energy constraints), the internal "life" of the particle in the Universe must be very dull indeed, since there are only three players.

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  • ROFLMAO...Amadeus, Wed Mar 8 12:51pm
    So much authority. Amadeus
    • If you knew some Physics, you would not be laughing. — DFM, Wed Mar 8 9:00pm
      • You Will Note...Amadeus, Thu Mar 9 6:57am
        ...that I didn't claim that your position or claims were not correct. Read and pay attention. LOL Amadeus
    • Difficult for you, isn't it?Shadow, Wed Mar 8 12:54pm
      People who are actually sure of themselves.
      • Precious!Amadeus, Thu Mar 9 6:59am
        Not at all! You mistake my amusement. But, by all means, you had to take that opportunity to share some venom. Great witness. Well done. Amadeus
      • Mechanics that makes me so sure. There are many uncertain things in Science, but elementary QM is, along with Thermodynamics, one of the two most highly verified theories in all of Physics. The... more
        • Your Problem...Amadeus, Thu Mar 9 7:00am
          You see what you expect to see. I did not disagree with you. I found your post amusing. Amadeus
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