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Posted by Rich on November 2, 2000 16:18:39 UTC

RIGHT RIGHT RIGHT after the big bang, atoms didn't exist yet. Quickly they did form though. How did the electrons at that moment rotate around the proton rather than just join the proton to neutralize the particle? Why? I'm not questioning that it did. I'm not inferring that god made it happen. I'm asking as to how the laws of quantum mechanics began, if indeed they began at that point.

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