Chemistry has many "observations" of the atoms. I prefer the quantum physical models in it.
Somehow I could not (yet) fit in the vortex-theory in it, it seems more complicated.
While looking for multiple dimensions in the system, I encounter some things.
1) Usually two electrons (spin-up / spin-down) are sharing the same layer /band in the atom.
2) There is no clear reason why the bands are spherical, because the quantum-theory produces flattened spheres.
And I am not certain whether that is really observed. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atomic_orbital
In observations they seem more round: http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/the-shape-of-atoms/
3) In molecules the electrons that bind the atoms are in certain angles. In quantum-physics this seems clear, but
in observations we see bindings that are different from the models.
It almost seems as if the electron is in two orbits at once and is also in a narrow path between the two (or more) atoms.
4) In quantum physics we observe that when two electrons leave a source in a superposition state, that the spin-state of
these electrons is bound with each other. If one state is detected, immediately the state of the other is revealed.
If I add these observations together, I assume that the electrons spin-up and spin-down become one single object.
When a detection occurs, that object binds with a new atom.
The state is transfered and the electron arrives in the new atom.
In the atom the electron forms a new object, and becomes part of a atomic-orbital.
This object is the multi-position state of the electron, sometimes two electrons.
This object can be described with the wave-function.
For clarity I will call this a quantum-field-object from now on.
There is no way we need to add all interpretations of quantum-physics to it.
It is already clear. In this system, the electron is always in a superposition state,
and as it switches state, it appears as if it is a particle.
(The particle itself can still be sphere-vortex like.)
This quantum-field-object seems a multidimensional thing, that is immediately connected
with other quantum-field-objects around it. There is no time difference.
While meditating, I saw an image of how a free superstate-electron might be bound with an atom.
In the Physics I know, there is no logical path between an electron in orbit and a free electron.
It is just the one or the other.
The image started at some source, and describe the energy of the electrons.
1) The electrons start as a sphere in the centre.
2) The sphere streches to the left and right and form two balloon-shaped objects on both sides,
connected with a line in the middle.
3) The 2 balloons strech more, and the line becomes longer and longer.
4) One balloon hits a spherical atom. The forms bend towarch each other.
5) The balloon folds around the atom
6) The line between the 2 balloons breaks apart.
On one side a new connection is now made.
7) The touching electron forms a new sphere around the atom, or merges with an existing one.
8) The other free electron forms a sphere and seems to be in a slightly different state.
Now I identified this quantum-field-object, I have to establish what its properties are,
and how it reacts with other objects. But I'll leave that for a later time.