Wyttenbach as usual you criticize Mathis's work as being superficial and yet you haven't bothered to try to understand it in the slightest. The fact that you use the terms electron "shells" and "screening" when discussing his theories proves you don't understand its most basic features. I'm not sure that Elisha is 100% on target here, as he is borrowing from a paper on NMR resonance, which might not be directly applicable. But he's probably headed in the right direction, unlike your criticisms, which as usual fly above the surface. Try to do a little more digging into his work before you dismiss it. He has rebuilt physics from the ground up.
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