Name: james k taylor
Date: 1993 - 1999
Is there a possibility that:
the molecular structure of an atom
is to the structure of the known
universe as the structure of the known
universe may be but an atom of a much larger universe?
I have no idea what the word "possible" means. It is not
ordinarily used in scientific discussions.
There is no known relationship between atomic structure and
the "structure" of the universe (whatever that means).
Right, and of course an atom does not have "molecular" structure.
Molecules are made of atoms, and the three-dimensional
arrangement of a molecule's nuclear positions is what
scientists mean by "molecular structure."
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