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Sub Atomic Particle-2

Nobody knows

what lurks in my mind

lethal or far stronger than you ever could resolve

help me here with resolution:

No two leptons of a species can be in same state at the same time. Is it due to randomness inbuilt in definitions of their movements or does it have a structured proof?

LOL

Please help me with above

and get a hug

and a kiss

from me of sheer gratitude

not in real but in digital

which should be as comforting

and as sweet as in real!

Q above should be elementary for students of Nuclear Physics.Please also keep in mind that I am a NOVICE at nuclear physics and your answer should be CLEAR & meant for a layman.

What do you think?

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