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The construction of the elements

PostPosted: September 17th, 2009, 10:04 am
by Stephen Mooney
The elements are constructed from hydrogen and have numbers of isotopes far in excess of that which can ever be deterined by experimental observation. We can knowm, for example, that nitrogen has 25 possible isotopes but these will never be observed. If you have a complete discription of a system then descripton and prediction and discovery become the same thing. It is a sceintific fact, which will be accepted in the near future, that our solar system begun with 13 planets. These things are merely a consequence of the paradigm of science, which is a complete description of the process that is the Universe.

Stephen Mooney