- ELECTRON STRUCTURE -

The work was done by Rhaedonnahh-Starr Livingstone using a pencil, pad, and pocket calculator in a single monumental two week push in early August of two thousand and twelve while in Palliative care. He considered the information finished but was unable to provide proper covering documentation and indexing as time ran out. Therefore it it presented here in the raw in the form of six categories and a varying number of pages within each category, exactly as it was when he concluded what he was able to get done. Presumably, the categories should be read in sequence as that is how they were produced.

The following comments, presented as a brief introduction below were received from Nathaniel Ddumba of Kampala Uganda in November of 2013.

"I've completed perusing through the electron structure information getting the general idea, that is, MOTOR ROTATIONs,  a new topic with new ideas, punching through the other side of the rear wall of present day physics.  Now I will have to get back into the actual calculations and details.

The information about Z-rays had already been introduced in other text which if i remember were realised through motor rotations. The good thing, links are provided on pg 3 (i.e Structures 6(1-3). Intrigued, I once discussed with RSL on  issues pertaining to these Z-rays.

The information is involving and intriguing as it looks into the internal engineering structures of an electron in relation to the hydrogen atom and how the fine structure constant(fsc) plays a big part into the motor rotations. Motor rotations are further categorised into rotor rotations and power rotations.

Rotor rotations slide along while working with the beta constant value { = 1-sqrt[1- 1/(2*fsc^2)] ...or sqrt(1-fsc^2)?... } which results from the multiple interactions of fsc which further relate to the electron's velocity in orbital ground  state in a hydrogen atom and the speed of light together with special relativistic effects. All this show their effect in space expansions and contractions of mass and energy.

Where as Power rotations work with another beta constant value { = 1+ 1/(2*fsc^2)  } in similar style but different direction to rotor rotations, with different equations, and this time basing more on the electron's mass and binding energy. This makes it jump in shifts revealing constants in other clusters such as the upsilon cluster.

Also eye-catching is how the information relates to how an electron enters the hydrogen orbit or rather how an electron sustains itself within the orbit around the proton within the nucleus rotating at such a velocity which is exactly related to the speed of light and fine structure constant (fsc). wherein sustainance is observed through interactions of binding energy and mass weight transformations (in combined rotor and power rotations).

The key aspect I see is in understanding these physical constants and their distinct values. And I see emphasis made on the significance of decimal truncations, even when as minimal as they may seem to be, can bring about errors in the exactiness of the values related to these constants. And I see that in knowing these physical constants, it gets easier to understand how to work with motor rotations in space expansions and contractions of mass and energy.

The interval-breaks therein start revealing the many constants in exactitudes.
In the shifting back and forth in motor rotations, Z-rays appear which I am yet to actually fathom ... somewhat Like a whole newly discovered aspect of rays probably within or different from the spectrums of X-rays and gamma-rays.

Likewise revealed during the rotor contraction of the electron wavelength is the missing mass exactly equal to 1/2 the electron mass whose location is as of now a mystery as it vanishes during relativistic transformations rather than leading to mass increase. It's most probably because other interlinks in the transformations still need to be brought into action within the already revealed whole set of equations in motor rotations.

Zooballs are also mentioned as almost a passing statement but fully revealed in greater details in the links provided to previous text (planetparticles/open1.htm).

Propellers are also talked about in particle collisions dealing with Compton wavelengths within the internal structure of the electron and also in photons. The propellers involve two somewhat mirrored sides, i.e. low mass and high mass Comptons."