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Incorrect, Volume Of Electron Is Less Than 10^-54 M^3

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Posted by Alexander on April 11, 2001 17:21:14 UTC

As electron by latest scattering experiments was found to be smaller than 10^-18 m. This makes abundance of electron in atom 10^-24 - this is way way less than the abundance of nucleus 10^-15, at least billion times less.

So, electron takes less than 0.0000000000000000000001% of atom, thus adding nothing to 0.0000000000001% occupied by nucleus.

So, atom is 99.9999999999999% empty illusion then.

according to your point of view, we then know only 0.0000000000001% of atom (and not for sure yet). And, according to your belief (in dark energy, or something like that) then we don't know 99.999999999999% of even a single atom.

As in the average the Universe contains about 1 atom of hydrogen in a cubic foot, then we (barely)know only about 10-44 part of Universe according to your logic, and don't know the rest 99.99999999999999999999999999999999999999999% of the Universe.


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