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edited September 2017 in General Science
What is acid and what gives the acid the ability to take the other matter in parts?


  • According to the Rutherford-Bohr model of the atom it’s all about the capacity of exchanging electrons...but then you see that Lewis’ acids have a 'free orbital' and you wonder: how can there be an orbital without any electrons? What makes it?

    I think I read on rexresearch about someone who figured that acids react with other substances depending on the pulsation/vibration and sense of & rotation of the respective “particles” (call it atoms, Anu, or whatever): non coaxial counterrotation absorbs heat while the opposite produces heat, or vice-versa, can't really remember. The ability to take matter apart could be dependent on resonance.

    Why anyway?
  • The one who will find out exactly how it is done will be a real scientist.
  • Action from an acid produces motion, and wherever there is motion, exists a magnetic current

    "Forms having life blossom into existence "

    In health
    A disease is simply a depolarization

    We develop drugs or medications to combat the result, but do nothing to correct the cause
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