The Particle Physics of Political Science

Most people are a bit familiar with sub atomic world of physics and have heard of things like electrons and protons.
Less people are aware that scientists have began to analyze the fundamental particles of Political Science. As in particle physics there are two main groups – The Hard Ons and The Boast Ons. The former are large particles that attract materials at the expense of other particles around them, the latter are very noisy and make it difficult to detect what is happening around them.
Both classes of particles have spin one has left spin the other right.
The qark is named after the noise generated when it is emitted by an elect-Ron. A Ron is a particle that takes on the color of its surrounding and is attracted to anything that will raise its power level. A Ron has great affinity with the most common particle in political science The Moron and tries to attract great numbers of them around it. The moron create great random structure s exchanging Rons and reacting to spin and qarking
There have been many successful attempts to split the atom and the products aggregate into large loose subatomic structures called senates where they merge, divide and degenerate, releasing great amounts of energy usually harmlessly into space.
The top speed that any particle can achieve is the speed of fright. This speed holds all the morons in an agitated state and prevents them merging together to create independant autonomous structures. The speed of fright is generated by spin, qarking and electRoning and causes morons to repel each other. The rejection is centered around minute differences between them.

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