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The physical Universe is inherently polar, being composed of the opposite charges of electron and proton.

The vast majority of the physical Universe if made up of Hydrogen, which is one electron and one proton, bonded together into a very stable molecule.

Electrons repel electrons and protons repel protons, and they only join together when they form a community of equal amounts of electrons and protons, and form a more complex molecule like oxygen.

Since human bodies are made up of physical matter, it follows that these same rules apply on a macro scale; as below, so above.

Since the nucleus of any healthy community are women, and men like to roam freely, it makes sense to think of women as protons and men as electrons.

Sometimes molecules exchange electrons or forms bonds via shared electrons, and the macro version of that is natural as well.

The bottom line is electrons can never become protons and vice versa, because they possess opposite charge.

At best an electron can so tightly bond with a proton that they together become a neutron, which has no charge. When you fight Nature, you are going to lose, which is why all leftists are going to Hell.

jim, Real Jew News 11 Comments [9/9/2017 3:11:17 AM]
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Malingspann

"an electron can so tightly bond with a proton that they together become a neutron"

No, neutrons are separate particles.

9/9/2017 3:16:34 AM

heleninedinburgh

A... bit of a leap of logic at the end there. And as Malingspann says, he's wrong anyway. I knew the thing about neutrons and I dropped out of Standard Grade* Physics after three weeks.

*Translation: = O Level/GCSE

9/9/2017 4:08:24 AM

DarkPhoenix

The vast majority of the physical Universe if made up of Hydrogen, which is one electron and one proton, bonded together into a very stable molecule.


Yeah, Hydrogen is so stable that you can look up in the sky and see an example of it being fused together into Helium...

9/9/2017 5:33:39 AM

Kanna

<**jim's metaphor, being stretched much too far, breaks with a loud twang-g-g-g and goes shooting across the room**>

9/9/2017 5:38:48 AM

checkmate

Hydrogen, which is one electron and one proton, bonded together into a very stable molecule.


Atom, I'm sure you meant to say atom, not molecule. And yes, that atom is sooo stable that it almost instantly bonds to H2 molecules and will react with almost anything. But otherwise, yes, very stable.

a more complex molecule like oxygen.


Atom, once again I'm sure you meant to say atom, not molecule. Wow, you really know what you're talking about.

it follows that these same rules apply on a macro scale


No it doesn't.

an electron can so tightly bond with a proton that they together become a neutron, which has no charge.


But only when you forget to charge its battery over night. Then it has no charge.

9/9/2017 6:35:09 AM

Shepard Solus

So then you support polygamous marriages between multiple men and women, Jim? Because that's how the elements work. Lots of protons & electrons bound together as a group. Hydrogen is the only one-on-one element, and even it can be negatively ionised by bonding with a second electron. You know--the males in your little metaphor, in case you were thinking of falling back on biblical polygamy. It can also lose its electron. A break-up, Jim! Apparently nature supports polygamy, open marriages & divorce. Goes all the way up to the levels of star systems & galaxies, too! Better get onboard, Slimmy Jimmy! Wouldn't want to defy that nonsentient natural pattern that you so slavishly seek to imitate!

9/9/2017 6:40:59 AM

rubber chicken

IIRC, 95% of the physical universe is made up of Dark matter/energy and we don't know what the fuck that is,

9/9/2017 7:10:09 AM

dxdydz

AHHHHHHH

9/9/2017 7:28:28 AM

Pharaoh Bastethotep

Homophobia, Deepak Chopra style?

9/9/2017 7:45:50 AM

Hu's On First

Ever heard of a Cooper pair? That's an electron bound to another electron. Apparently superconductors are gay.

9/9/2017 8:49:24 AM

Skide

No fuckin idea how you went from particles to people. Love jumping cliffs, do ya?

9/9/2017 10:43:54 AM

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