This article is discussing the valence
electrons of noble gases and comparing them with the coating of M and M's. The coating on this candy is hard and does not melt, so the candies don't stick together and noble gases are very reactive. Now, the valence electrons of the more reactive elements are more like chocolate chips, they tend to want to melt into a warm hand.
"In 2012, I became aware of the nature of near-field scalar wave interactions between an antenna and the Space Medium. The text and the animation below need revision. Note: the tiny orbital pathways of valence electrons are like tiny antenna that can absorb and re-emit energy at specific frequencies. I also started to envision the quantum-scale spiral polarization of light waves and how they are quantized into photons. As I grasp this better I'll further revise the text below."
"Valence Electrons are like money, they're always being exchanged."
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