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Ross Tessien answers to Neil

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  • cyrano@aqua.ocn.ne.jp
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 16, 2001
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      >Date: Sat, 16 Jun 2001 08:41:37 -0700
      >To: cyrano@...
      >From: Ross Tessien <rtessien@...>
      >Subject: Re:
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      >At 10:56 AM 6/16/01 +0900, you wrote:
      >>Ross.,
      >>
      >>How do you explain that protons can pass through one another:
      >>
      >>Good question!!!
      >>
      >>But, for example, it is already well known
      >>that two protons spinning in anti-parallel
      >>on a collision course, will pass clean through
      >>each other without interacting!
      >
      >To my knowledge, this is incorrect and does not happen. Protons neutrons
      >etc collide. The question is how often and how large their cross sections
      >are. A proton can pass clean through **atoms**, but not through another
      >proton. Atoms, are nearly all empty space. Diameter of nucleus to
      >diameter of atoms is a ratio of 10,000.
      >
      >So, it isn't observed or possible according to present experiments and theory.
      >
      >In wave mechanics, the wave energy far from the focus can easily pass
      >through one another, and does as two protons pass nearby. That they could
      >continue in spite of a direct collision would be conceivable in the sense
      >that the focus would be destroyed as they passed through.........it would
      >be a jumbled mess...............then, after passing
      >through,.........because the majority of the wave energy isn't at the focal
      >point the protons would be re formed again.
      >
      >Go to the bath tub, and fill and drain the water. Spin the water as it is
      >draining and form a strong vortex. Once formed, with your hand, wipe the
      >water and vortex around the drain away........quickly......... and then
      >remove your hand and watch as the vortex forms again.
      >
      >Same thing. If you are confused by a particle "not interacting" what
      >really had to happen was an interaction and reformation.
      >
      >But, I am not saying that this happens as I think you are incorrect in
      >asserting that this happens in the laboratory. It sounds like an error
      >that someone in the weird groups made that is being propagated, rather than
      >fact.
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >>How is that possible?
      >>
      >>Yet, it happens...
      >>
      >>And you missed my comment at the bottom.
      >>I thought you'd like it!
      >
      >Cute. I'll avoid making any glass of the earth.
      >
      >rt
      >
      >
      >NOTE my new Email address: rtessien@...
      >
      >
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