|Adapted for the Internet from:
Why God Doesn't Exist
A day at the York Chemistry Lab
|Come on guys, help us
out. Our halos formed
a covalent bond when
Fig. 1 Quantum poppycock
|The Quantum atom consists of an electron
bead and a proton bowling ball. That’s
what we should see in the photograph
before we move anything. According to
QM, the electron bead orbits the proton
bowling ball. This movie consists of many
frames. Many orbits of the electron bead
comprise one ‘orbital.’ Therefore, the
orbital movie consists of many more
frames than just a single orbit. The
mechanics now take the orbital movie of
one atom and make it interact with the
orbital movie of another. This is how they
explain atomic bonding. This is like saying
that the contrails of two jets tangle and
change the direction of the jets!
Fig. 2 A Scientific comparison:
The idiotic Bohr atom vs the idiotic Clark atom
|Bohr had his electron orbiting a nucleus.
They called it an orbital in those early
days of Quantum. Clark's cloud model
has the electron orbiting the nucleus
many times. He calls this movie an
orbital. The H2 molecule no longer
consists of two interlinking rings.
Now it consists of two merged regions,
energy levels, fields, or whatever.
|The problem is that 'region' and 'energy level' are not physical objects. They lack the one thing
that would allow these terms to be used in Physics: shape. A region and an energy level are
concepts. We cannot move, interlock, or blend concepts in science. If an 'orbital' of one atom
binds with the 'orbital' of another, you can be absolutely sure that an orbital is a physical
object (i.e., it has shape). Hence, an orbital cannot be a 'region' and it cannot be 'energy'
(whatever that is). We just have to figure out now what an orbital is and is made of.