Negative mass defect

State is it possible that the nucleus consists of negative mass defect?

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When the nucleus has had a mass defect it is probable that the strong force and the weak force have sustained a main reduction in equilibrium. It can cause the positive and negative charges to reverse and change the energy levels. Such a phenomenon has been explained by Sir Einstein in his paper on the speed of light and time reduction. You can also check this by the use of an electron microscope to find out the color spectrum which had changed drastically. If so, then you might have a problem.

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