The adventure of physics until it is discovered that the structure of the atom is purely a work of wave phenomena and not a union of
Almost 100 years of cosmological research with science fiction and a deceptive view about the total creation of the cosmos have passed;
a failed and puerile view like the geocentric view, which ignored the logic of concepts, discouraged research, left many unanswered
questions and in addition did not respect the laws of physics – especially the fundamental principle of energy conservation. And all
these obstacles have prevailed for many decades up today, because some researchers in the early 20th century tried to philosophize
according to their own axiom: That nature is a plurality of individual bodies, which are moving according to the laws of mechanics and
thus we need to explain all phenomena mechanistically: According to mechanical motions and to the forces of separated bodies, even life
itself. Mechanical motion, that is, pull or push an obstacle forward, turning the body so that it does not fall on the other, if it
collides, then its course will change or it will be broken... For physicists the main difficulty was the large number of material
bodies, the technical difficulties of measurement and the complex calculations.
As children we learned simplistically how the structure of matter is and that there are electrons within the atom moving in orbits
around the positively charged nucleus. One of the questions in a child's mind was how by such a structure of matter, where innumerable
tiny atoms are connected and indeed through the electrons, which move ceaselessly, complex things are finally formed that seem to be
somewhat stable. How do tiny quantities that move incessantly acquire a more complex and stable form? This question can be asked even if
we did not know the indeterminism that quantum physics has introduced into the structure of matter making the question even greater!
Eventually, researchers were forced through different and difficult observations and by different questions to correct the original
and simplified concept of the atom's structure, which could generally not satisfy a child either. In order to solve the particular
problems created by experimental measurements and to explain many new and strange phenomena researchers came to a more sincere view
on the structure of the atom, since now this structure is not described by mechanical movements... as if it were the one of separate
It is indicative of how physicists had hypothesized on the structure of matter, having become accustomed to the image of complex bodies
and repeating what they had learned. One of the first descriptions of the atom of matter has been called "raisin bread model". This
description was supported by an excellent (and Nobel Prize Winner) physicist, Joseph Tomson, who discovered the electron somewhere in
1904. This was an improved description compared to the previous attempt by the philosopher and pioneer researcher John Dalton. The
description of Dalton (somewhere in 1805) was approaching the ancient view of Democritus and the electric charge was ignored in its own
description. Dalton reinstated the rational theory of Demokritos through laboratory observations on chemical reactions and through the
behavior of gases. But he added some laws and prerequisites to explain the stability of chemical elements and some proportions in
reactions and their chemical compounds, according to the measurements which he achieved with the scientific instruments of his time.
In the Newton era, the role of electromagnetism in nature was unknown. Since then, few researchers have slowly realized a different
reality consisted of waves. At the beginning of the 20th century, many physicists and technicians were fascinated by the phenomena of
electromagnetism and their imagination was stimulated (Nikola Tesla is representative example). But for almost all the researchers, the
whole world was the world of separate bodies and the external forces which are applied amongst them. This common view of separate bodies
and movement in the sense of mechanical application has so far been the insurmountable obstacle against the development of cosmology.
Moreover, the launching of modern cosmological research without rational thought and without general principles has not helped to
observe these natural phenomena that can not be explained by a meeting of bodies, while it has allowed fantasy, irrational
interpretations and the contrivance of new natural phenomena.
People who do not investigate cannot imagine what else can exist without being tangible as a body. And if they imagine it, then they can
easily imagine spirits, souls, and magic forces. And still almost nobody can believe that the free space is the total energy of nature
(a quantity of energy in the state of equilibrium by standing waves). The total energy of the world appears as an empty space, because
this energy does not affect matter by large distances, but in microscopic dimensions. And it affects in microscopic dimensions, because
the "movement" of the free space is fast fluctuations and waves in extreme very short wavelengths and not the Newtonian / mechanical
motion of the bodies. The disturbance of the balance creates wave effects. The wave motions are varied and their speeds can be
extremely high. Some of these energy fluctuations we detect them as particles, as matter and as distant forces. The world and its laws
can not be explained by the separate bodies and their masses. Instead, the phenomenon of mass and particle formation must be explained
by phenomena that are not localized as bodies within space.