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  1. #1 Resonance Attraction Theory 
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    My theory is that the resonance of a particle could be attracted to a particle of its like resonance. Near equal energy or zero energy would be the representation of that. This is not to determine potential energy. That was Einstein. Chemical change would be initiated causing like particles to be pulled from their bonds with near like particles to form more pure resonance. By changing the resonance of a particle/particles you show phase change in atoms. In smaller particles it would change the entire makeup of said atoms. These particles could be stationary. The higgs boson should be the closest to stationary ever found. Like resonances would determine the distance “preferred” for near like particles as well for maintaining balance. Outside forces could disrupt this balance. (other particles/and the negative of each) The resonance of the other particles would cause the higgs to break down and bond with it's smaller particles' newly gained like resonance.
    If you maintain a balance of like particles/like resonance, sustainment of an environment is more likely. By measuring the waves generated by particles we could infer their available energy if acted on by certain particles. A radioactive isotope appears. You could measure energy from the changing resonance/velocity left over from the smaller particles’ interaction within the atom.

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    The presentation of personal theories is not permitted on this forum; we are here to discuss established science only. Refer also to the Forum Rules in the 'Announcements' section.

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