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  1. #1 Theory of Galaxy Elements 
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    you know how all over your body
    is tiny microscopic sized atoms?
    you know how they are round?
    well they are so small
    that the electrons around them
    if they were the size of a basketball
    are 20 miles around it
    so what if each cell was like a solar system
    and each electron thing
    is a planet
    all over our bodies:
    making up this solar system
    and what if we are just part of
    an electron:
    to a nucleus:
    on a cell
    in a bigger beings body

    if this is true, then each inner a sun to other planets of electrons
    then are we just an electron. And if splitting atoms is so powerful, maybe its as powerful as splitting our son?

    this is just a short preview of what I have written
    my Name is Chris Klein, I am a 17 year old in Washington
    I would also like to know what you think of this theory
    and if I have any errors in my writing
    it would be appreciated if you would be willing to correct my mistakes
    email me:

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    We use microscope to observe the cell, but use AFM (atom force microscope) to observe the structure of molecules.
    Till now, there is no immediate way to observe the atom. bcz they are too tiny.
    So, the cell can not be taken as a solar system, it's Galaxy!

    another thing i should point out is that organic system.
    why the stone consists of a mounts of atoms with electrons can not speak, but our human consists of the same stuff can even think?
    There are some differences between the organic system and inorganic system. that's not easy to write clear now. and you'll get it in your college.

    yes, our bodies with atoms are huge enough to be compared to the Galaxy with stars. But we should make one thing clear, our bodies are organic system, and the Galaxy is not.

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    I don't mean to burst your balloon, but your vision is the same fantasy of nearly every imaginative youngster who has been recently introduced to the solar system model of the atom. I can't begin to count the number of times that I have listened to someone describe that fantasy.

    Keep dreaming. There is nothing wrong with an active imagination.

    I will mention for historical interest that the solar system model of the atom has been obsolete for more than 80 years. It was first conceived by physicist Neils Bohr in 1913 but discarded about a dozen years later by the acceptance of the new quantum theory of atomic structure. We still retain the old model, however, as a popular symbol of atomic energy.

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