To Cheng or anyone who knows and can tell me
cijadra at zedat.fu-berlin.de
Wed Oct 14 18:10:21 EST 1998
>> Has anyone ever really proven the existence of a single electron?
>> Has anyone ever managed with machines to perceive an electron?
>> (Quite possibly this is nonsense, just if I were working on what you
>> do, I'd wonder about that point.)
>I think the existence of electrons was initially more mathematically
>proven than actually being observed. However, accumulated evidence in
>physics and chemistry has proven its actual existence. =
In short: HAS anyone SEEN one ever with some machine.
Is there any single existing picture or something like that
of one single electron?
And no guessing, I am serious: Have you or anyone ever seen a picture
of one single electron or can tell me where I can find such a picture?
Cheng, if I were you I'd get such a picture.
Just of fun calculate through for the brain and other stuff if there
were no electrons and the stuff were instead sort of a roundish
"layer-energy" hull/halo.... !
And then stick your photon theories slightly altered in again.
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