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Hydrogen Electrons Do Not Spin

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Old 09-28-2008, 10:39 PM
Kevin B. Murphy
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Default Hydrogen Electrons Do Not Spin



There is no evidence to suggest that electrons always spin within the shells
that they occupy. How do we even know that atomic clocks are based on the
spin of an electron if you can't determine that the electron is actually
spinning within the shell that it occupies? A hydrogen molecule has a
stationary electon sandwiched between two protons. The protons are in a
stable equilibrium. The stationary electron is in a stable equilibrium due
the the field generated by the motion of the other electron which orbits the
entire molecule. So where is the spin? There is no spin on either
electron.

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Old 11-04-2008, 01:54 AM
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Default Hydrogen Electrons Do Not Spin

Kevin B. Murphy wrote:

You're wrong.
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