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The Structure of the Hydrogen Atom
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[The Deuterium Atom]

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The hydrogen atom is thus the classic example of a wave formation. Not only does the two-swirl wave formation (quant) constitute the basic structure of the hydrogen atom, but also serves as the master plan for everything in the universe! This simple elegant formation is the fundamental blueprint of nature. It is marvelous and beautiful, but it is so sophisticated that it will probably take generations to fully comprehend.

These simple wave-like and cloud-like cell formations possess infinite amounts of properties. The hydrogen atom appears to maintain its wave structure, but it nevertheless has the characteristics of an entity that is somewhere between a photon and a stable wave-particle formation. Research on the properties of the hydrogen atom and the photon, which are still at a nascent stage, may lead to advances in gene transfer.

Today, the scientific community is preoccupied with conducting experimental studies. As beautiful and intricate as these experiments may be, they do not provide comprehensive or precise explanations for actual events and phenomenon. A general, all-encompassing theory is thus needed to coordinate and synergize the copious amount of information that is produced. Wave theory is only the first step towards a grand unified outlook, and many of my ideas will inevitably undergo major revisions. Nevertheless, the two-swirl structure of energetic matter (quants) and its attendant behaviors will form the very basis of future scientific enterprise.

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