In the 1971 film 'Andromeda Strain', Dr. Charles Dutton draws a picture on the blackboard of a scientist examining a specimen under a microscope. A speech balloon from the slide says 'Take us to your leader". Although it's meant to be comical, this idea has led many, possibly yourself, to consider if life exists on the atomic scale. As children many of us pictured atoms like tiny solar systems with electrons orbiting the nucleus. As we grew older and learned more of the conventional wisdom about atoms, we learned that atoms are actually nothing like tiny solar systems. This is what the current conventional theories tell us, but could these theories be wrong? What if the nature of atoms does actually resemble that of solar systems, and other astronomical phenomenom?
The purpose of this site is to present a radical new theory of the atom, and to show the similarities of atoms and atomic phenomena to astrological bodies and their behavior. You may be thinking that this was attempted already in Bohr's solar system model. There is a enormous difference between Bohr's solar system and the AAM. Below are some of the main concepts of the AAM.
- There is no concept of postitive and negative charges of atomic particles.
- The seemingly repulsive forces of atomic particles are caused by the slingshot effect of attractive forces.
- All atomic particles are attracted to each other, like all astronomical bodies are attracted to each other by the force of gravity.
- The attractive force between particles is the same attractive force that constitutes gravity.
- Gravity is a 'pushing' type gravity, as explained by Le Sage's theory
- The effect is that gravity is dependent on the relative density of the masses.
- Since bodies in the different universal scale vary greatly in density, gravity has the same affect on atomic scales as it does in astronomical scales.
- Atoms contain elementary particles, which I call planetrons, which are the equivalents of our planets, which reside much closer to the nucleus than the electron cloud.
- There are no relationships between planetrons (electrons) and atomic number.
- The orbital periods of the planets in our solar system did not form by chance. They are well defined, and may yet be in transition to a final state in which all other singular stars (solar systems) will form.
- Our solar system, with a single star, represents a model for the hydrogen atom.
- Planets in star systems represent planetrons (electrons) within the atom.
- The final state of planetary orbits in our solar system will be appropriate the orbital states of the planetrons within the hydrogen atom.
- There are no 'point-like' particles. All particles have mass and dimension.
- Like snowflakes, no two atomic particles have exactly the same mass. There are so many atomic particles, however, that they're individual mass differences are not able to be distinguished. The atomic masses known today are average masses for the specific atomic particle in consideration.
- Electromagnetic waves are gravitational waves of subatomic particles caused by major atomic events such as fusion, fission, and chemical reactions.
- Electromagnetic waves are the gravitational waves of atomic particles.
- The line spectra of hydrogen, as well as for other elements, is caused by the gravitational resonance of the planetrons from the gravitation waves caused by atomic events. This is why the spectrum of hydrogen is very similar in comparison to the planetary periods of the planets within our solar system.
- A binary star system represents a model for deuterium.
- More complex atoms represent multi-star systems, most of which exist in globular clusters and in the center of galaxies
- The photoelectric effect is also caused by the resonance of electromagnetic waves (gravity waves) with obital periods of planetrons, ejecting them from the atoms.
- The universal scale is infinite in both directions. The earth is just a atomic particle in a higher universal scale.
- The stars within galaxies are the atoms which are forming solar systems on a higher universal scale, with the globular star clusters forming the planets, and the galactic center forming the sun.
Although there will be many physicists which will feel threatended by the AAM, the AAM does not look to discredit current theories and the works of the many scientists which contributed to them. The AAM does, however, point out certain assumptions made at the turn of the century during the formation of the quantum theory, which have lead current theories down the wrong path. One of the most critical of these assumptions, was the idea that the number of electrons within an atom are associated to the atomic number of an atom. Another assumption is that the driving forces within atoms is the positive and negative charges of particles. In the AAM, the concept of electromagnetism is used, but the nature of this phenonema is due only to the attractive forces of all particles, not to positive and negative charges.