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Unshared Electrons quotes by Karl Drinkwater
#1. He felt that he perceived the shape within, just for a second. She had hope. It spread; he could almost witness electrons moving through the magnetic field between them, following lines of force, beautiful things everywhere, sharing, changing both of them in the process, the covalent bonding of life. #Quote by Karl Drinkwater
Unshared Electrons quotes by Hugh Aldersey-Williams
#2. Each element has a characteristic atomic spectrum, due to the absorption and emission of light associated with the unique energy levels of its orbiting electrons. #Quote by Hugh Aldersey-Williams
Unshared Electrons quotes by Michael Talbot
#3. The electrons in a carbon atom in the human brain are connected to the subatomic
particles that comprise every salmon that swims, every heart that beats, and every
star that shimmers in the sky. Everything interpenetrates everything, and although
human nature may seek to categorize and pigeonhole and subdivide the various
phenomena of the universe, all apportionments are of necessity artificial and all of
nature is ultimately a seamless web. #Quote by Michael Talbot
Unshared Electrons quotes by Alonzo King
#4. Everything in the phenomenal universe is straight line and circle. The horizon, our heads, arms, electrons, the oceans, planets and stars. Their principle function is to radiate. The task of the human being is also to radiate. #Quote by Alonzo King
Unshared Electrons quotes by Paul A.M. Dirac
#5. When you ask what are electrons and protons I ought to answer that this question is not a profitable one to ask and does not really have a meaning. The important thing about electrons and protons is not what they are but how they behave, how they move. I can describe the situation by comparing it to the game of chess. In chess, we have various chessmen, kings, knights, pawns and so on. If you ask what chessman is, the answer would be that it is a piece of wood, or a piece of ivory, or perhaps just a sign written on paper, or anything whatever. It does not matter. Each chessman has a characteristic way of moving and this is all that matters about it. The whole game os chess follows from this way of moving the various chessmen. #Quote by Paul A.M. Dirac
Unshared Electrons quotes by Irene Joliot-Curie
#6. We have shown that it is possible to create a radioactivity characterized by the emission of positive or negative electrons in boron and magnesium by bombardment with alpha rays. #Quote by Irene Joliot-Curie
Unshared Electrons quotes by Don Winslow
#7. Nothing is emptier than an empty house.
The vacant kitchen chair, the imprint on a sofa cushion, the pillow unsplayed with hair, absent of scent. An unspoken thought, an unshared laugh, the silence of no footsteps, no sighs, no breaths. #Quote by Don Winslow
Unshared Electrons quotes by Kate McGahan
#8. Some say we are not like humans but we are more like them than we are different. Man and animals are in the same species as mammals as they have mammary glands that produce the milk to nurse their young. Their lungs breathe air and their blood is warm. They are vertebrates in that their skeletal system and well-designed spines hold their bodies together. Each cell is made of molecules, each molecule is made of atoms, and each atom is made of protons, neutrons and mostly electrons, which are made of waves of fibered light. #Quote by Kate McGahan
Unshared Electrons quotes by Steve Merrick
#9. Ok if they had a problem their system of parties basically took polarised positions about it, and if you look at them like they were an atom, then call the problem the protons, and the parties electrons, all that they could do was orbit the problem doing absolutely nothing about it. Are you following my thought chain here? #Quote by Steve Merrick
Unshared Electrons quotes by Michael Talbot
#10. As soon as Bohm began to reflect on the hologram he saw that it too provided a new way of understanding order. Like the ink drop in its dispersed state, the interference patterns recorded on a piece of holographic film also appear disordered to the naked eye. Both possess orders that are hidden or enfolded in much the same way that the order in a plasma is enfolded in the seemingly random behavior of each of its electrons. But this was not the only insight the hologram provided. The more Bohm thought about it the more convinced he became that the universe actually employed holographic principles in its operations, was itself a kind of giant, flouring hologram, and this realization allowed him to crystallize all of his various insights into a sweeping and cohesive whole. He published his first papers on his holographic view of the universe in the early 1970s, and in 1980 he presented a mature distillation of his thoughts in a book entitled Wholeness and the Implicate Order. In it he did more than just link his myriad ideas together. He transfigured them into a new way of looking at reality that was as breathtaking as it was radical. #Quote by Michael Talbot
Unshared Electrons quotes by Kate McGahan
#11. A cell has a nucleus and some other parts like membranes, plasmas and other stuff. Its energy is made up of protons, neurons and electrons. Genetic scientists, however, have discovered that the majority of a cell is made up of something unknown. Something akin to space filled with electromagnetic fibers of light. The human body is made up of some 37 trillion cells. What do you think you are made of? Who do you think you are? #Quote by Kate McGahan
Unshared Electrons quotes by Christophe Galfard
#12. Even today, more than eighty years after Oort's bold guess, we still don't have a clue what this dark matter is made of. We know it exists. We know where it is. We have maps of its presence within and around galaxies throughout the universe. We even have stringent constraints on what it is not, but we have no clue what it is. And yes, its presence is overwhelming: for every one kilogram of ordinary matter made out of neutrons and protons and electrons, there are five kilograms of dark matter, made out of who-knows-what. #Quote by Christophe Galfard
Unshared Electrons quotes by Sean Carroll
#13. Each day, the moon's gravitational field tugs at the earth as it rotates underneath. At CERN, this tiny stress caused the total length of the LEP tunnel to stretch and contract by about a millimeter (one-twenty-fifth of an inch) every day. Not such a big deal in a seventeen-mile-long beam pipe, but enough to cause a tiny fluctuation in the energy of the electrons and positrons - one that was easily detectable by the high-precision instruments. After some initial puzzlement at the daily energy variations, the CERN physicists quickly figured out what was going on. #Quote by Sean Carroll
Unshared Electrons quotes by Eileen Day McKusick
#14. The transmission of excitation energies between molecules through electromagnetic coupling is not a mere matter of speculation."2 These energies flow through water channels inside the body since over 99 percent of the molecules inside the body are water molecules and the body is two-thirds water by volume. Every protein, whether constituting bone, sinews, or any other tissue, exists in a hydrated form. When the water content of the body decreases to less than 50 percent, we die. Protons and electrons separate along membranes to create charged layers analogous to a tiny battery as the revolutionary work of Gerald Pollack at the University of Washington has recently shown.3 In this inner electrical environment of our bodies, the magic of life unfolds and this environment is also able to be influenced in a powerful manner through sound vibrations. #Quote by Eileen Day McKusick
Unshared Electrons quotes by Richard M. Rorty
#15. There is nothing sacred about universality which makes the shared automatically better than the unshared. #Quote by Richard M. Rorty
Unshared Electrons quotes by Michael Talbot
#16. In 1947 Bohm accepted an assistant professorship at Princeton University, an indication of how highly he was regarded, and there he extended his Berkeley research to the study of electrons in metals. Once again he found that the seemingly haphazard movements of individual electrons managed to produce highly organized overall effects. Like the plasmas he had studied at Berkeley, these were no longer situations involving two particles, each behaving as if it knew what the other was doing, but entire oceans of particles, each behaving as if it knew what untold trillions of others were doing. Bohm called such collective movements of electrons plasmons, and their discovery established his reputation as a physicist. #Quote by Michael Talbot
Unshared Electrons quotes by Maggie O'Farrell
#17. Strange weather brings out strange behavior. As a Bunsen burner applied to a crucible will bring about an exchange of electrons, the division of some compounds and the unification of others, so a heatwave will act upon people. It lays them bare, it wears down their guard. They start behaving not unusually but unguardedly. They act not so much out of character but deep within it. #Quote by Maggie O'Farrell
Unshared Electrons quotes by Richard P. Feynman
#18. It is the fact that the electrons cannot all get on top of each other that makes tables and everything else solid. #Quote by Richard P. Feynman
Unshared Electrons quotes by Susanna Kaysen
#19. The group had an atomic structure: a nucleus of nuts surrounded by darting, nervous nurse-electrons charged with our protection. #Quote by Susanna Kaysen
Unshared Electrons quotes by Scott Mueller
#20. MOSFETs can be constructed as either NMOS or PMOS types, based on the arrangement of doped silicon used. Silicon doped with boron is called P-type (positive) because it lacks electrons, whereas silicon doped with phosphorus is called N-type (negative) because it has an excess of free electrons. #Quote by Scott Mueller
Unshared Electrons quotes by Richard P. Feynman
#21. If I say [electrons] behave like particles I give the wrong impression; also if I say they behave like waves. They behave in their own inimitable way, which technically could be called a quantum mechanical way. They behave in a way that is like nothing that you have seen before. #Quote by Richard P. Feynman
Unshared Electrons quotes by Gilbert Newton Lewis
#22. We may say that a basic substance is one which has a lone pair of electrons which may be used to complete the stable group of another atom, and that an acid is one which can employ a lone pair from another molecule in completing the stable group of one of its own atoms. #Quote by Gilbert Newton Lewis
Unshared Electrons quotes by Michael Talbot
#23. put another way, electrons and all other particles are no more substantive or permanent than the form a geyser of water takes as it gushes out of a fountain. They are sustained by a constant influx from the implicate order, and when a particle appears to be destroyed, it is not lost. It has merely enfolded back into the deeper order from which it sprang. A piece of holographic film and the image it generates are also an example of an implicate and explicate order. The film is an implicate order because the image encoded in its interference patterns is a hidden totality enfolded throughout the whole. The hologram projected from the film is an explicate order because it represents the unfolded and perceptible version of the image. #Quote by Michael Talbot
Unshared Electrons quotes by Katie Hafner
#24. It's one thing when you plug into a socket in the wall and electrons flow," said Bob Kahn. "It's another thing when you have to figure out, for every electron, which direction it takes. #Quote by Katie Hafner
Unshared Electrons quotes by Richard P. Feynman
#25. There is one simplification at least. Electrons behave ... in exactly the same way as photons; they are both screwy, but in exactly in the same way ... #Quote by Richard P. Feynman
Unshared Electrons quotes by Werner Heisenberg
#26. Whether we electrons, light quanta, benzol molecules, or stones, we shall always come up against these two characteristics, the corpuscular and the undular. #Quote by Werner Heisenberg
Unshared Electrons quotes by George Bernard Shaw
#27. Even a vortex is a vortex in something. You can't have a whirlpool without water; and you can't have a vortex without gas, or molecules or atoms or ions or electrons or something, not nothing. #Quote by George Bernard Shaw
Unshared Electrons quotes by Sam Kean
#28. Atoms consist of a positive nucleus and negative electrons flying around outside it. Electrons closest to the nucleus feel a strong negative-on-positive tug, and the bigger atoms get, the bigger the tug. In really big atoms, electrons whip around at speeds close to the speed of light. #Quote by Sam Kean
Unshared Electrons quotes by Henry Edward Armstrong
#29. After all, we scientific workers ... like women, are the victims of fashion: at one time we wear dissociated ions, at another electrons; and we are always loth to don rational clothing; some fixed belief we must have manufactured for us: we are high or low church, of this or that degree of nonconformity, according to the school in which we are brought up-but the agnostic is always rare of us and of late years the critic has been taboo. #Quote by Henry Edward Armstrong
Unshared Electrons quotes by Alan Turing
#30. The Exclusion Principle is laid down purely for the benefit of the electrons themselves, who might be corrupted (and become dragons or demons) if allowed to associate too freely. #Quote by Alan Turing
Unshared Electrons quotes by Michio Kaku
#31. But if electrons can exist in parallel states hovering between existence and nonexistence, then why can't the universe? After all, at one point the universe was smaller than an electron. Once we introduce the possibility of applying the quantum principle to the universe, we are forced to consider parallel universes. #Quote by Michio Kaku
Unshared Electrons quotes by Gill Robb Wilson
#32. Not that one choose to draw aside in churlish mein or vein, From common lot of what life holds of pleasure, toil or pain But that the call-s to rise and cruise alone with dreams unshared Or plan alone for some far goal, for which none else has cared Or fight alone for what you hold is worth a warrior-s strife And ask no gain or fame or aught beyond the joy of life. #Quote by Gill Robb Wilson
Unshared Electrons quotes by Frank Wilczek
#33. Supersymmetry was (and is) a beautiful mathematical idea. The problem with applying supersymmetry is that it is too good for this world. We simply do not find particles of the sort it predicts. We do not, for example, see particles with the same charge and mass as electrons, but a different amount of spin.

However, symmetry principles that might help to unify fundamental physics are hard to come by, so theoretical physicists do not give up on them easily. Based on previous experience with other forms of symmetry, we have developed a fallback strategy, called spontaneous symmetry breaking. In this approach, we postulate that the fundamental equations of physics have the symmetry, but the stable solutions of these equations do not. The classic example of this phenomenon occurs in an ordinary magnet. In the basic equations that describe the physics of a lump of iron, any direction is equivalent to any other, but the lump becomes a magnet with some definite north-seeking pole. #Quote by Frank Wilczek
Unshared Electrons quotes by Bill Callahan
#34. You know how on Christmas day, the day feels different, even if you're just sitting in your chair waiting for your girlfriend to put her face on and you haven't even started any of the festivities yet, the day still feels different. The electrons are fatter and pushier. #Quote by Bill Callahan
Unshared Electrons quotes by Jon Krakauer
#35. And so it turned out that only a life similar to the life of those around us, merging with it without a ripple, is genuine life, and that an unshared happiness is not happiness ... . And this was most vexing of all," he noted, "HAPPINESS ONLY REAL WHEN SHARED. #Quote by Jon Krakauer
Unshared Electrons quotes by Kim Stanley Robinson
#36. Atoms have a nucleus, made of protons and neutrons bound together. Around this nucleus shells of electrons spin, and each shell is either full or trying to get full, to balance with the number of protons-to balance the number of positive and negative charges. An atom is like a human heart, you see. #Quote by Kim Stanley Robinson
Unshared Electrons quotes by Richard P. Feynman
#37. The electron is a theory we use; it is so useful in understanding the way nature works that we can almost call it real. #Quote by Richard P. Feynman
Unshared Electrons quotes by Henning Genz
#38. To sum up: Electron and positron annihilate as a pair, in a particle-antiparticle collision. Their energy heats up the vacuum; when the hot vacuum decays, real particles emerge. The annihilation energy of electron and positron has, in the process, been used to realize the hidden faculties of the vacuum. For individual cases, the results may be muon-antimuon pairs, quark-antiquark pairs, and so on. In passing through the intermediate state of an excited vacuum, it looks as though the electron and positron actually knew which virtual particles their annihilation might realize. But in fact, electrons and positrons in themselves are pointlike, and can be fully described in terms of a theory that knows neither muons nor quarks. So it is not the electron and the positron that "know" the possible final products of their interaction- it is the intermediate state, our vacuum, that has that knowledge. #Quote by Henning Genz
Unshared Electrons quotes by Sam Kean
#39. If you had to sum up chemistry in one sentence, it might be this: Atoms need to have full shells of electrons to feel satisfied, and different elements steal, shed, or borrow different numbers of electrons to achieve a full shell. #Quote by Sam Kean
Unshared Electrons quotes by Stephen Hawking
#40. Single photons are not usually evident, but in the laboratory we can produce a beam of light so faint that it consists of a stream of single photons, which we can detect as individuals just as we can detect individual electrons or buckyballs. And we can repeat Young's experiment employing a beam sufficiently sparse that the photons reach the barrier one at a time, with a few seconds between each arrival. If we do that, and then add up all the individual impacts recorded by the screen on the far side of the barrier, we find that together they build up the same interference pattern that would be built up if we performed the Davisson-Germer experiment but fired the electrons (or buckyballs) at the screen one at a time. To physicists, that was a startling revelation: If individual particles interfere with themselves, then the wave nature of light is the property not just of a beam or of a large collection of photons but of the individual particles. #Quote by Stephen Hawking
Unshared Electrons quotes by Arthur Eddington
#41. But it is necessary to insist more strongly than usual that what I am putting before you is a model-the Bohr model atom-because later I shall take you to a profounder level of representation in which the electron instead of being confined to a particular locality is distributed in a sort of probability haze all over the atom. #Quote by Arthur Eddington
Unshared Electrons quotes by Alan Lightman
#42. Thoughts are no more than electrical surges in the brain. Sexual arousal is no more than a flow of chemicals to certain nerve endings. Sadness is no more than a bit of acid transfixed in the cerebellum. In short, the body is a machine, subject to the same laws of electricity and mechanics as an electron or clock. #Quote by Alan Lightman
Unshared Electrons quotes by Paul C. Steffy
#43. Time is the passage of change. When electrons cease revolving around protons time does not exist. In the spirit world, there are no atoms and time, as we know it, is incongruous. #Quote by Paul C. Steffy
Unshared Electrons quotes by Kamal Ravikant
#44. I promise you that the same stuff galaxies are made of, you are. The same energy that swings planets around stars makes electrons dance in your heart. It is in you, outside you, you are it. It is beautiful. Trust in this. And you your life will be grand. #Quote by Kamal Ravikant
Unshared Electrons quotes by Paul Dirac
#45. No. I had successfully solved the difficulty of finding a description of the electron which was consistent with both relativity and quantum mechanics. Of course, when you solve one difficulty, other new difficulties arise. You then try to sove them. You can never solve all difficulties at once. #Quote by Paul Dirac
Unshared Electrons quotes by Richard P. Feynman
#46. The electron is a theory. But the theory is so good we can almost consider them real. #Quote by Richard P. Feynman
Unshared Electrons quotes by Nikola Tesla
#47. I can now state that I have succeeded in operating a motive device by means of [cosmic rays]. I will tell you in the most general way, the cosmic ray ionizes the air, setting free many charges - ions and electrons. These charges are captured in a condenser which is made to discharge through the circuit of the motor. #Quote by Nikola Tesla
Unshared Electrons quotes by Lauren Oliver
#48. What is beauty? Beauty is no more than a trick; a delusion; the influence of excited particles and electrons colliding in your eyes, jostling in your brain like a bunch of overeager school children, about to be released on break. Will you let yourself be deluded? Will you let yourself be decieved?
-"On Beauty and Falsehood," The New Philosophy, by Ellen Dorpshire #Quote by Lauren Oliver

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