New Discovery About the Helical Motion of Electrons in the Universe

As explained in previous articles, an Electron's orbital structure within an atom is a result of the combination of three possible types of motion paths. According to the combination of the these paths, the electron follows a helical path in its orbit. This helical path begins on one side of a spherical orbit with a radius equal to the atomic radius, moves towards the opposite side of the sphere, and then symmetrically continues back to the starting point. In this video we will show that each electron has a helical returning path in its possible motion paths.
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