You made the following statement ‘I explained to a few scientists on the Nature group that the alignment of energies in the nucleus of atoms could be best demonstrated through human expansion’.
I am thinking that it may have been simpler if this explanation was given only in terms of the nucleus of cells rather than including the nucleus of atoms.
From reading scientific literature I have found that the nucleus of atoms and the nucleus of living cells refer to two different things.
All the stable atoms that have been discovered have been placed in a list called the periodic table. The nucleus of an atom is considered to be the inner part of the atom while the outer part of the atom is populated with electrons. Atoms have been found to be very stable and science has not yet been able to correlate human evolutionary changes with changes in the structure of atoms.
Cells are the basic building blocks of living organisms and the inner part of a living cell is also called a nucleus. The cell nucleus is made up of different arrangements of atoms that are bonded together to form molecules. A very important type of molecular arrangement in the nucleus of a cell is called a gene. It has been clearly demonstrated that changes in the structure and arrangement of genes can be correlated with human evolutionary changes.
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