As we have seen the maths-mystics and bully-boys dominating modern faux-physics are unable to answer the following questions which arise due to their mainstream model of the atom:
1. Why does the electron not quickly fall into its own nucleus, or alternatively the nucleus of other atoms?
2. Why do the protons not blast themselves apart and fling themselves out of the nucleus?
Now there is no use getting all upset and running to your desk and trying to work on some mathematics here. Sucking ones thumb, having another sandwhich, feverishly thumbing through the Bible…. these may be legitimate coping mechanisms to stress or unhappiness but they are not helpful here.
What we are after is a physical description which might explain this. And one doesn’t have to be original. After all some poor persecuted authentic scientist in the past will have already thought of something along the lines of anything you or I could come up with. For my own part, though I will try, I would not be able to escape the influence of Bill Gaedes’ YouTubes if I was paid any amount of money (but you can test me out if you really really want to????!!!!???) even though I only stumbled upon theseYouTubes just a few days ago.
Now I will come up with something without representing Bill in this matter, nor with claims that I can escape his influence.
I’m going to pretend that the electron is not orbiting the nucleus. I say that its a fat bastard. I say that it is readily compressable and pourous to many things and that it is far larger then the proton. I’m pretending that the electrons movement is not influenced all that much by its own nucleus, which it cleaves to, like a fat sex-starved chocolate-eating secretary, smothering a tiny ectomorph, on his first and last day at the bank.
I’m going to say that the electrons movements are predominantly the result of its reactions to the forces of the other fatties, cleaved to the other nucleus’ on the other atoms. Even in a less radical dissenting model it is THIS influence that would seem to offer the possibility of random orbits.
Now we said that the electron is pourous, highly compressable, and somewhat malleable but not so much really.
But I’m going to pretend that the proton is not compressable at all. I’m saying that it is highly strechable but in no way compressable. For arguments sake, and to build a simple visual picture I’m saying that it would retain a spherical shape had it the chance, but given any force attracting it, it will act like the stretchy older bloke in the fabulous four (Fabulous Four???? You know the crowd with Ben Grimm). Wait a minute. Its the FANTASTIC four. Thats a bit better. Thats a little less gay.
So we will make these protons non-compressable but almost awesomely stretchable. I don’t think there is a great deal of justification for such a notion. But I’m trying to set an example here. One wants people to add back some sort of PHYSICALITY to the situation, since the reification crowd, in the throws of maths-mystic rapture, have robbed the situation of almost all physicality.
Now in my story the protons will repel eachother. But that must be explored since if they would repel eachother why would they not repel parts of themselves? Anyway we will say that they will repel eachother.
In my story there are compressed electrons in the nucleus holding the protons in place. Some of them are fully merged with the protons and they are neutrons. And the neutrons serve to keep the protons apart. And the electrons hold the protons into the nucleus. But in this scenario it is inevitable that the protons will form mostly the outer layer (or they would reject eachother). Hence it is the proton count that determines the nature of the atom, since it is only the outer layer which leads to the way the atom reacts the world.
Now I’m not asking you to believe any of this like our credulous zombies in the academy expect when it comes to their most outrageous ideas.
What I’m asking you to do is to try and imagine the potential physicality of these here atoms. Because the latest generation of subsidised scoundrels have made a hash of it. And we won’t be getting any ideas anytime soon from any of them.