1 Reply Latest reply on Feb 5, 2011 12:14 PM by Milos Erak

    Looking for help putting the finishing touches on a truely revolutionary idea for the Periodic table of the Elements

    William Aton

      Some years ago I discovered that a geometric sequence based on the tetrahedron described the periodicity of the Periodic Table of the Elements.  It provided a basis for shells, a place for quarks, and explained the place of carbon chemistry in periodic lore; why it is so convenient to use the weight of the carbon atom as the basis for other weights in the table.  All this using geometry alone; no need for Quantum Calculus.  What is truly revolutionary is that subnuclear structure is responsible for electron behavior; its all nuclear.


      What is needed is a colaborative effort to put on the finishing touches and fill in the gaps.


      Message was edited by: William Aton


      Message was edited by: William Aton Here is the paper I circulated in 2006.  Tell me what you think.  If there are any problems perhaps I can explain. Best regards, WSAton