However, from certain micron-proximity, the substance if repels, and therefore the eletrosferas of atoms of the distinct bodies, as in the example of the chuteira and the ball, are not collided! It fits to stand out that the molecules, being ‘ ‘ micron-galxias’ ‘ , they behave as galaxies, where the atoms, as well as the systems estelares, gravitate the centers of its galaxies, galaxies these that the untied antimatter outside keeps of them, for the proper antimatter repulsion center-astral of its astros interacting on such. Examples: the micron-antimatter that is in the periphery of all the substance, is also repelled by the antimatter center-astral of all ours cosmo, and therefore if untied of the periphery of such substance, remaining in a break-even point the calculation of the reformularization above for each case does not enter. No longer interior of the substance, what it hinders the collisions between eletrosferas also is the untied micron-antimatter between molecules, as a mosaic, fellow creature to the distribution of the galaxies in ours cosmo. Interesting it is that the substance, in certain cases, also as ours cosmo, if it expands; in others one withdraws. When it has an attrition between materials, well-known has a flash, what demonstrates to have been breached the repulsive barrier of the micron-antimatter, tenuous in some cases. There, it has a collision of eletrosferas.
8 I have observed frequent the following phenomenon: 1) About 21:00 h of 27AGO2009 I observed the Jupiter system and its four bigger moons in the following formation: one of such moons then eclipsarred by the cited planet; others two, next one to the other and last one, well more moved away from the planet. For this angle of vision, I noticed that the intermediate moon, visually next to the other, presented considerable a lateral removal, in relation to the orbital plan of such moons (I believe that Europe and Io, in this relation of proximity). 2) About 03:00 h of 28AGO2009 already four bigger perfectly lined up moons in the straight line that it describes, for this visual angle appeared such, the orbital plain related one, being that such moons were presented visually then that almost equidistant. 3) Routine comments of this system prove the predominant stability of this orbital plan. Possible causes: ) Result of some impact meteoride? I find that not, for the almost monthly frequency that I have observed such phenomenon, beyond what not vi indications of any collision; B) Extra-orbital influences? Also I find that not, therefore it would affect all the cited moons; C) Illusion of positional optics? Not, therefore the return to the alignment would not be so fast; D) Antimatter repulsion center-astral contained in such moons: the two that they had been come close, if had attracted gravitationally until slowest (more inclined) laterally moving away more than the orbital plan, to if repelling for action of the repulsion of the antimatter center-astral contained in its nuclei. I find that it is this!