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1. What is the compositional structure of the following?
a. The electron
b. The proton
c. The neutron
d. The sixth quark
2. Why does the electron rotate about the nucleus? Why does it spin? What force
is keeping it out of the nucleus?
3. If the following statement is true, (The electron is negatively charged and
the proton is positively charged), why does the hydrogen isotope protium exist with
one electron rotating about a nucleus with one proton in it?
4. What is the origin of gravity? How is it produced?
5. Why do new galaxies appear? Why do galaxies disappear?
6. Are galaxies really receding?
7. Where is the center of the universe?
8. Why do the quarks only exist momentarily?
9. Are there different levels of space and time?
10. What is the physical relationship between the magnetic field around this
planet and the natural attraction on its surface?
We all have so much to learn. If you can answer all of these questions, then
you fully understand how this universe is put together. Please, don't hesitate to
email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your responses.
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