The theory of non-linear oscillations found that elementary microobjects – electrons and neutrons – consist of multiple ether elements and have vortex-like shapes . Can this be verified in direct experiments? Diffraction methods fail here. At maximum juxtaposition of these microobjects, electrons and neutrons should “disperse” into ether elements. Such juxtaposition results in nature from enormous pressure inside a confined space (“black holes”), and at collision of high-energy microobjects – tetraelectronvolt cosmic rays. In the Earth environment, it is yet impossible to observe processes happening in confined spaces at super-high pressure. Tetraelectronvolt juxtaposition of two protons has recently become possible in LHC. We further discuss how such protons collide and what LHC detectors record in such cases.
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