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Molecules.


Molecule and universe.

They consist of atoms, which in turn consist of smaller components and finally of energy particles. In principle, the energy particles contract into the constituent parts of the atoms. These then form the different atoms.

The atoms have so-called shells on which the electrons are located. Most atoms have shells on which can be more electrons than the atom has protons. This teaching rooms attract electrons with low force. Take hydrogen as an example, which has only one electron and there could be a second one on the shell. Since an electron can only be on one side, there are forces free on the other side, which can attract another electron can put on. The force is not so great that it can bind the electron permanently. Two hydrogen atoms are missing. one electron each to fill the shells, so they attract each other. Through the interaction of the Both forces of attraction are sufficient to bind them permanently. Thus a stable molecule is formed. It works so, for all atoms that don't have full shells. This brings together many possible combinations that form differently stable molecules.

Since the energy forces, the nuclei, are not completely covered by the electrons, the atoms are pulled, with a weaker force than in molecular bonding. Thus objects are created, which in turn create other objects put on. The forces not only form objects directly against each other, but also form solar systems, galaxies and the whole universe together.

All forces that hold our universe together are based on a basic force, which is calculated with the world formula can be.


Have courage, think about it and discuss, only in this way can we come to new insights.Other logical ideas are also welcome.Go to my contact page and write your opinion.

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George Rönnau



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Rönnau Georg

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