The dual spinning electron propeller, driven by Higgs oscillations.

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Leo Vuyk

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Dec 10, 2008, 6:17:32 AM12/10/08
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The dual spinning electron propeller, driven by Higgs oscillations.
How could we imagine a complex dual spinning electron propeller?
By making an image of it.
The image.
First it is assumed that the first elementary electron propeller
rotation is represented (in the image) by a cone, rotating around its
central symmetry axis. Coined AXIAL rotation.
The cone is located around and in line with the central axis of the
electron propeller.
Secondly this rotating cone is supposed to rotate around one specific
axis, which is pointing perpendicular to its central symmetry axis,
coined SPIN rotation
See:
The dual spin of the all Fermion propellers
http://bp2.blogger.com/_ArDoWzECXSo/R6w8AlWeaJI/AAAAAAAAAeY/JJrNZ5lPg-c/s1600-h/Radiation+cones+a.jpg
see also:
Rigid Elementary Click-On ( Quatron) Particles, Propellers and
monopole based Fields

http://bigbang-entanglement.blogspot.com/2007/01/introduction.html

Perhaps somebody experienced in 3D imaging is able to make a small
video out of it?

Leo Vuyk.

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