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In my humble opinion, this theory of Larson's is spot on. Have you considered the model of the torus for your atom? Motion rotational around R AND r simultanous with expansion and contraction of the donut as R oscillates. visualize a slinky with it's ends joined (a snake biting its tail) sinning like a gyroscope, at the same time rotating inward on top of the donut and outward below the donut and at the same time inflating and deflating it donut volume. All this to sinusoidal rhythm. The ratio of rotation around the R and r (r/r) being Phi (1.618) This 'breathing' in and out of space-time inside the volume of the donut would be counter balanced with 'breathing' in and out of hourglass shaped reservoirs above and below the donut hole. Like a p-orbital! The donut 'hole' would define a spaceless, timeless (zero-point ?) 'vacume'. Is this just crazy or what?! What do you guys think.

October 21, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterLouis Collazo

Sounds interesting Louis. I will have to think about it more, but my first reaction is that it entails a mix of scalar and vector motion and I don't know what the source of the vector motion would be.

October 24, 2011 | Registered CommenterDoug