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Last1oftheJedi, July 14, 2015
Posted July 14, 2015
Posted July 15, 2015
No, not really. It's only a (convoluted) theory and they use the observations to fit into that theory. In reality they have no way of observing either atoms, electrons, quarks, and any so-called "sub atomic particles".
It's all di-electric 'condensate' propped up by magnetism (also an attribute of di-electricity) with holographic properties, that's all.
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