The atomic models for atom were all mathematically inferred, and quantum mechanics have inexplicable anomalies that were cited as being paradoxical, these are the main reasons that the geometrical structure of an atom has been enigmatic.
“I think I can safely say that nobody understands quantum mechanics.” - Richard Feynman
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An atom's electron shells are filled according to the following theoretical constraints:
* Each s subshell holds at most 2 electrons
* Each p subshell holds at most 6 electrons
* Each d subshell holds at most 10 electrons
* Each f subshell holds at most 14 electrons
* Each g subshell holds at most 18 electrons
Therefore, the K shell, which contains only an s subshell, can hold up to 2 electrons; the L shell, which contains an s and a p, can hold up to 2+6=8 electrons; and so forth. The general formula is that the nth shell can in principle hold up to 2n2 electrons.
Bik said: Shifting of the Earth axis doesn't look very hard when written in words. But anyone contemplating these events should at least once hold a spinning bicycle wheel and try to shift the axis 90 degrees. Even a mildly spinning mass will strongly resist change.
longcircuit wrote:My only question: how will anyone be able to prove any of this?
longcircuit
biknewb wrote:Shifting of the Earth axis doesn't look very hard when written in words. But anyone
contemplating these events should at least once hold a spinning bicycle wheel and try to shift the axis 90 degrees.
Even a mildly spinning mass will strongly resist change.
longcircuit wrote:My only question: how will anyone be able to prove any of this?
longcircuit
I respect that opinion, but I will let you in on a little secretI think it's a waste of time for the EU community to speculate whether or not Earth was a moon of Saturn. We should instead focus on the predictive power the theory gives (cf. Thornhill and Comet Tempel 1), and on showing to the wider world how well it explains terrestrial geology, as you note.
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