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Posted by Figar Vladimir/">Figar Vladimir on February 25, 2000 18:15:38 UTC

This may be a bit off the subject of black holes but it's still well within the limits of physics. So here it goes. As we all know, an atom is consisted out of a positively charged part-nucleus arond which orbit the particles called electrons. since we know that the nucleus is positively charged and electrons negatively, what stops the electron from falling on the nucleus of the atom???? Hope you'll spare some time to answer this.

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