William Aton

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

Discussion created by William Aton on Jan 31, 2011
Latest reply on Feb 5, 2011 by Milos Erak

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