Re: The electron is not a point particle.



occurred -> occur, illiterate

Particles have two sizes, an inner size and an outer size. The outer
size is the causal hull; the inner size is the charge hull. As
particles are almost infinitely big, so is a foton almost infinitely
big. There are no points, only spots, so the minimum cell inclusive of
an electric field is the inner volume of one of the particles down to a
Planck tetrahedron. The standard electron is of course at the classic
electron radius, round but shapen from a polutetrahedrocuboctahedron of
revolution.

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