What is a Magnetron? Gravitron? Infratron? Frigitron?

We all know what an Electron is; together, they make electricity or current (both Alternating and Direct). Many of us know about the “Electron” rings in our atoms and the importance of giving or taking electrons for our molecules.
Did you know that the electrons in the rings closest to the atom core (protons/neutrons) spins Clockwise and that each subsequent electron ring spins in an opposite direction (Counter-Clockwise (CCW), then Clockwise (CW), then CCW, then Cw, etc.
We all can grasp this concept as we all can wrap our minds around the existence of electron rings.
What if I were to tell you that there were Magnetrons and Gravitrons mixed into (and part of) the electron rings. What if I were to tell you that the electron rings also had spinning particles that also had properties of Heat and Cold (call them Infratrons and Frigitrons).
What I am saying is that many of the “electrons” flying about in the rings around atoms are more than standard electrons. We all know that we have everyday properties that we call Hot or Heat, Cold or Frozen (with many other synonyms), Magnetism and, yes, Gravity. Many of these “electrons” are also Magnetrons, Gravitrons, Infratrons and Frigitrons.
If you think about, our Physics should have some way of describing the existence of Magnetism, Gravity, Heat and Cold within the structure of an atom or molecule. I am leaving Darkness and Light out of this discussion as they are above this issue.
Please see my page on Maxwell’s Equations – More on Curls. Magnetrons are curls that spin clockwise and Gravitrons are curls that spin counter-clockwise. Fridgetron are curls that are tightly wound shapes and Infratrons are the spherical-like, most-loosely-wound shapes. The Neutral states are in the middle and favor one side or the other in the continuum.

2 Responses to What is a Magnetron? Gravitron? Infratron? Frigitron?

  1. Luis says:

    So, technically there would be a maximum temperature that matter could reach? We suspect that we can’t go lower than -273,15°C, but if there would be a limit to infratrons in an atom, just as there is a limit to frigitrons, there would be a maximum possible temperature.

    • Merln says:

      Yes, you are correct. Each of these are separate electron types and have their own properties. There are 16 (or more) different states; not just positive and negative. Any/Each of these electrons can spin left, right, up, down, or any other vector. Positive is 0/.360°, Negative is 180° and neutral leaning negative is 90° and neutral leaning positive is 270°. At 45°, 135°, 225°, and 315° there is a still place in rotation as each of the electrons (types) get ready to switch to a new vector. Normally, 45° is from up to left, 135° is from left to down, 225° is from down to right, and 315° is from right to up; but there are many variations depending on the mix of electron types working with each other.

      Yes, there are six different types of electrons; also Darkness and Light. They all travel at different speeds; multiples of the speed of light (which is really the speed of heat). And, yes, they all have different still and excited temperature ranges.

      As you can see, physics is far more simple (and more complex) than we imagine. We all learned about x, Y, and Z in algebra as children; this is the framework for the Z Vector in Physics. Read about Trinary Computing, coding and registers.

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