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Lattice Nested Hydreno Atomic Model: HomeClick Image To Visit SiteWas Rutherford Mistaken? A reanalysis of the historic Gold Foil Alpha Particle experiment reveals two invalid assumptions pointing to a nuclear dimension possibly 1000 times larger than that proposed by Rutherford. Supporting evidence from neutron absorption crossections and other data appears to support this heretical notion providing a radically different view of the atom…. more >

Revolutionary Atomic Model (Framework For A Grand Unified Theory) Secrets Of Nuclear & Atomic Structure Deciphered ~Ancient Mysteries Solved~ Possibly the biggest development in atomic and nuclear theory in over 200 years, the Lattice Nested Hydreno model takes science to the next level of fundamental understanding, explaining many of the greatest mysteries of the Universe in truly astounding detail. Contrary to the assertions of Bohr and Rutherford, it is intuitively obvious that the structure and geometry of the nucleus must have a direct bearing on the properties of the atom as clearly evident in this radically new atomic model. For the first time in history, the hidden geometric code of the Periodic Table of Elements, including their Isotopes and Allotropes, is deciphered in a logical, common sense fashion accounting for literally thousands of previously unexplained chemical and nuclear properties and phenomena including: • The relationship between nuclear, atomic and macroscopic reality. • Isotopic distribution, abundance, missing isotopes & elements (Tc). • The void of stability from Bi toTh & the upper limit of nuclear diameter. • What causes the escalating neutron-proton ratio. • Why U235 is thermal neutron fissionable, while U238 is not. • The difference between thermonuclear and "cold" nuclear reactions. • The strong force, nuclear geometry, nucleon structure, spin quanta. • Atomic and nuclear based allotropes, isomers & crystal structure. • Electron structure, orbital shells, orbital shapes and quantization. • Chemical bonding, bond angles, bond types and bond strength. • why matter and mass are not… Read more…