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Atoms = Tiny Solar Systems?

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Started: 5/8/2014 Category: Science
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Direwolfox

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WARNING: My mother tongue isn't English, so it might be a bit difficult to understand me, and I'm 15 years old, so I'm quite ignorant. I know nothing about physics or philosophy so this theory might be wrong. It just came out of my imagination.

Today, I was wondering if it was possible that we were small entities forming a much larger one, like, in a subatomic scale of this larger reality, and/or if there existed other people in a much smaller scale. I mean, MUCH smaller. And then I realized there were many similarities between solar systems and atoms. What if every proton and neutron was a "planet" and the nucleus of the atom was a star (the sun, for instance), since both planets and protons are round and move around the nucleus'/stars' orbit? And every galaxy a molecule? We all know what happens when we split an atom. It generates a large amount of energy (Atomic bombs). And we all know what happens when a star explodes: It generates a laaaaarge amount of energy (sometimes they even create black holes). So, if my theory is correct, splitting an atom would be like splitting a tiny star. And the inquiring dark matter that fills the universe would be the "free space" in-between de atoms.

This theory is really rough and simple, but I can continue explaining further on. First I need someone to refute what I already said.
Dynasty2468

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I accept. Let me research a bit more...
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nothing to say.....
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Posted by dr_sepheroth 1 year ago
dr_sepheroth
This would depend on what Dimension are Multiverse is in.

I am not a person to debate this in detail, find someone who knows more about M-Field Theory.
Posted by Dynasty2468 3 years ago
Dynasty2468
SOrry...I forgot about this debate. Do you mind if I post my point here? FIrst of all, the atoms doesn't have the asteroid belt...just bunch of spinning electrons and stuff. When the sun explodes, it creates a supernova or blackholes. When the atom explode...nothing really happens except for deaths and sickness....more to come..
Posted by ArcTImes 3 years ago
ArcTImes
I used to think that way when I was younger. I want to see how the debates ends.
Posted by CoolPeppers12 3 years ago
CoolPeppers12
Despite your English not being your native language, your English is perfect. Just wanted to put that out there.
Posted by frozen_eclipse 3 years ago
frozen_eclipse
interesting...
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