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trevor borocz johnson

density of space medium has different laws

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trevor borocz johnson

Light, like all waves, is a density spreading out to a less dense region of a medium. Gravity is also a density on space. When light enters the atomic nucleus's gravity field, it only gets so far before the density of the gravity field equals the density of the light wave, and since light wants to travel in the direction of least resistance it bounces off of the atomic nucleus's gravity field. The region where light bounces out is a good region I think for the electron shell to exist. The electron would be pulled in but at the same time bounce out.

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