Common Misconceptions in Current Theories of the Atom

The AAM depends on some common misconceptions in the current theories of the atom. Some of these misconceptions are central to the current atomic theories, so it will be hard for many of these ideas to be accepted by the majority of the scientific community. For each of the misconceptions, I'll make an attempt to explain when and why the misconception occurred, and why the misconception has not been challenged over the years.

Proton/Electron pairing

Equality of mass of like particles

The idea that all particles of the same type have equal mass is not possible.

Positive and Negative Charges (strong force)