'*The Bizarre Behavior of Rotating Bodies, Explained*' (14:48), by Veritasium 2019-09-19 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1VPfZ_XzisU

Take this zero-G or micro-gravity gyroscopic wobble-flip event, and apply it to the sub-atomic level. We've all heard of the strong and weak forces - well what if the strong force is the spin in the dominant axis and the weak force is the regular but less frequent flip in a second axis. Then - if you apply that to more dimensions... it breaks my brain.

I don't see why this couldn't happen in the sub-atomic level. I know enough to have blind faith in some stuff, but don't know enough to prove any of it, much less some "theory".

Please pitch in if you can tell my why or why not this might occur in the quantum realm.

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