Electrons Are Fixed Position

Authors: Seamus McCelt

Notice they way a lot of molecules tend to form tetrahedrally?
A tetrahedron is the opposite diagonal corners of a cube.
And the reason being: electrons form a thread-mesh-type cage around the nucleus. Certain sizes are of course the 8 corners of a cube -- that's what the octet rule is and how it happens. It also explains Pi bonds, Sigma bonds and all atomic structures.

A lot of atoms and molecules have a bond angle of exactly 109.4712° (degrees). That's tetrahedral. -- corners of the cube.
That is NOT probability.
It is NOT a cloud.
It is NOT a blur.
It is NOT uncertainty.
It is NOT counterintuitive.


Electrons DO NOT have any probability or uncertainty involved

Electrons actually are something but everyone mistakenly thinks the vibration travelling around the thread is the electron -- that's what has caused all the confusion.
The electron is conveying vibrations but the material it is made from (quantum threads) are NOT moving..
EXAMPLE: Think guitar string -- the string itself would be the electron but everyone thinks the vibration or note is the electron.
That is why there is all kinds of probability and uncertainty -- the vibration is traveling around a spherical thread mesh cage -- where exactly is the vibration? No way to know for sure.
Got that? The electron has exact position. The vibration position is of course unknown.
NOTE: Heisenberg would be OK with this. A vibration of course has uncertain position

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