a bridge between science and religion
that we can find by studying the particles in a
different way than what science do today?
Could the particles once in a far past have been programmed to
perform the job to form matter?
Now, the big qustion is; is there anyone out there who organize the
particles? - Did some superintelligent being, once far back in time
program the particles to spin the way they do in all the atomic
the elements? - Or could they have learned to dance this magnificent
dance of matter all by themselves?
Atom physics is really the entrance to a new
direction of development on Earth. It's just that the physicists
have not discovered the greatness of their own
discoveries. Their work, however, has formed the basis
of my work, without being a physicist. It
is good enough for me that I know physics and
chemistry at the level of secondary school.
Imagine that you are an electron in an iron atom!
According atom physics you are tiny and spinning at full speed
around the nucleus of the atom. The core also
consists of particles, like you, but they behave
differently. Cling to that thought, and find out what kind of
tasks you need to perform. You
collaborate with the other electrons to
be just that the atom, with
just that number of electrons. (26 electrons
in 4 shells.)
Imagine that you are one of 26 people to make a
lineup similar to electrons in the iron atom,
around a center. Then you must imagine it to be 4 shells or rings,
but only two of you will be in the
outermost ring. The two that are in the outermost ring will
not be able to see each other, they just need to
know that the other is on the opposite side.
In the ring within there need to be 14 people, so
you can hold hands and form a nice ring together.
Then there must be 8 in the ring inside, so those
who are there can stretch out your arms and form ring,
so that the distance is equal between all who stand in it.
Now there are two people who have not been placed
in iron atomstrukturens electron shells image.
They should be in the innermost "ring". ie, they will stand in the
same place relative to the center
as the two that are in the outermost ring. (See figure). This means
that four people will be in
series in each side of the core.
Now, you have placed
yourselves at your "shell" or circle. If you could fly, can you
imagine that each of you will spin in your own orbits
around the nucleus. Everybody that is in the same shell, must have
the same distance from the core and you must have
the same distance to the other people who are in the same shell.
The atomic nucleus consist of equal
numbers of positively charged particles as
electrons in the shells all-together. They are called
protons. At the core there are also the same number of
non-charged particles, neutrons.
you and the group of people who make atomic shells in iron
also should have brought in people in roles as protons and
neutrons, you would have to be 52 more people. If you all
should symbolize their tasks, half of them could wear red
clothes and half of them (neutrons) could wear green
clothes. - And you whose mission is to stand in
the rings around and be electrons could take in blue
How would you be able to manage this task? You
need thus to be 78 people to form the particle
structure of an iron atom. Would you need a
leader who had knowledge so that he or
she could put all the people
in the right place? If only one should be the leader, he
would need knowledge about how all the other would place
themselves. Then all the others just would have to execute "orders"
and quietly go to their places... would it work?
with electrons! They know exactly what to do, or else matter would
not exist! Particles can perform enormously
demanding and complex tasks!... Tasks that must be
However, if all had knowledge of iron atom
structure and all should work together to form this
model, what was needed for you to do it quickly and smoothly?
You would have to cooperate. You would have to
communicate with each other, not necessarily with words, but
with nods and glances and
mutual understanding. You would have to be flexible and not cling to
a place you had decided for
yourself. You would have to find your equal place in the structure
and allow others to find their. You would need
confidence that all the others would know what to do and like
yourself, work together to create exactly the structure. If one did
not come to this task in time, there would not be
a complete structure and you would not be the model of an iron
atom... You would all need to be precise.
You would all have to be
patient so that everyone
found their place.
Would any of you who
participate in this joyful experiment ever think of particles as
insignificant? It is time to see particles in a completely new way!
Below is a picture of an iron atom, a good attempt to draw a true
picture of the 3Dspin. Can you imagine how it would be to fly around
as a electron in it?
Inger is assistant professor in
drama, lecturer and writer. She gladly come to your country to
deepen her theories about particles conscious abilities.
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