Element_115 said:Just to add more complexity and a little fun:
I understand that "1/2" Spin is also a condition!
1/2 Spin is the description of an element that has only
half the Atomic Mass as it should!
I asked my physics Prof. why? And he said that it is because (They Believe)
that during one revolution the element behaves normal, but on the next revolution
it is non-existent. He said it might be in another dimension.
she7ataz said:in Quantum approach
atom has discerete energy levels
and each energy level
can't hold more than one electron becuase
opposite spins leads to structue destruction
Electrons do have spin.
The number half or minus half is just an arbitrary association.
We simply write these numbers to mean that two electrons spin in relatively opposite directions.
This is based on the theory of universal symmetry.
I'd like to know about anti particles. Because that is one extreme of the theory of symmetry.
Can any one help?