The First Chapter of Atomic Physics of The Bible According to Einstein



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248                       The Bible According to Einstein
The eleventh book of Physics, called

Atomic Physics

Ye shall obey these laws
with all thy heart and all thy mind.

Chapter I: Structure

Now an atom shall be the smallest unit of matter that cannot be divided without dividing charge. And it shall consist of the tiny, heavy, positively charged nucleus and the electron cloud, which is the relatively large, light, negatively charged distribution of electrons.
      Now the electrons in an atom shall orbit the nucleus as a quantum cloud, the densest parts of which are where electrons shall be most likely found. This cloud shall be a consequence of quantum physics, which rules the region of the atom and the small. Verily shall the electrons in an atom not be particles but pieces of a cloud.
      Now the "heart" of an atom shall be the nucleus, which shall contain one or many nucleons. Thus a nucleus shall consist of neutrons and of protons. And the atomic mass number shall be the number of these nucleons. And since a proton carries one positive charge, the charge of the nucleus shall be the number of these protons. And the atomic number shall be this number.



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