Chapter 4 - Wave Theory and the Atom

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Everything is formed from energetic matter by wave creation. Galaxies at certain phases create atoms.

The behaviour of our universe after the Big Bang was a swirling, inflationary movement, dispersing energy (see the chapter on the universe). The largest formations eventually break down into smaller wave-atoms. To explain the basic rules of atomic structure, I will proceed from the smallest to the largest formations. The creation of the same object occurs in different ways, so that the same type of atom may appear as an isotope.

Atoms with the highest atomic numbers are unstable and break down easily into smaller waves. The exception to the rule is hydrogen. Its atom-waves lose energy and join together. This fusion reaction results in a stable helium atom with an alpha structure. This structure plays a significant role in the formation of atoms with higher atomic numbers.

We know that atoms are composed of protons and neutrons, and that these primary structures are composed of sub-atomic formations, like those we call quarks.

In astronomical observations, we see different formations and behaviours of energetic matter. I think the best models of atomic structure are the Whirlpool Galaxy, M51 and the Stefan’s Quintet (N.G.C. 7137-20) galaxies (picture below).

Loss of energy causes phase transitions. The main rules of energetic behaviour are the same for all phases. Photographs obtained from space show the actual behaviour of energetic matter in different stages.

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