Atomic Quantum Mechanics
Published: September 26, 2010

Atomic Quantum Mechanics is the mechanics that I have developed to show that physical phenomena must be explained in terms of laws of cause and effect that describe the motion of the atoms. I believe that all of nature can be understood by describing the laws of cause and effect and the properties of the atoms and the nature of the void in which they move. Atomic quantum mechanics reveals that the atoms possess such fundamental properties as size, shape, solidity, weight, motion, gravity, inertia, position, arrangement, and repellency. It also reveals that atoms do not possess such sensible qualities as color, taste, smell, sound, and being hot or cold. These qualities are produced by the energy, or activity, of the atoms upon the sense organs. All atoms possess the fundamental property of power from their sheer existence. Their power of gravitational interaction ultimately causes all the different phenomena in nature. Everything is a manifestation of the activity of atoms. Every change (event, activity) has an atomic cause and atomic explanations of natural phenomena are the only correct explanations.

Atomic quantum mechanics is totally compatible with Newtonian mechanics, which is based upon belief that matter is solid atoms.

It states that: “Every particle of matter in the universe attracts every other particle with a force that is directly proportional to the product of the masses of the particles and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them.”1 This statement is called the law of universal gravitation. Together with the three Newtonian laws of motion, it provides us with a tremendously satisfactory picture of the universe as a perfect atomic perpetual motion machine. The first of these of laws states that an object at rest will remain at rest and an object in motion will remain in motion at that velocity until an external force acts on it. The second states that the sum of all the forces that act on the object is equal to the mass of the object multiplied by the acceleration. The third states that to every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.

Atomic quantum mechanics opposes both parts of Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity. The first part of the theory, called the special theory of relativity, states that there is no observable absolute motion, only relative motion. This statement is simply not sure. Self-accelerated and self-rotational motions are observable absolute motions. Anyone can observe oneself making these motions without reference to a physical object external to oneself. Anyone can also observe other mobiles making these same kinds of absolute motion without reference to a physical object extraneous to the mobile. The second part of the theory states that light travels at a constant speed, which cannot be true because gravity slows it down. Some of the conclusions of this part of the theory are that mass and energy are equivalent and that mass and time are altered at speeds approaching the speed of light, which can never be exceeded.

Atomic quantum mechanics reveals that mass and energy cannot possibly be equivalent, because mass is a measure of the number of atoms that make up an object. They are absolutely solid particles and the only masses and forces in the universe. Being absolutely solid particles, they are not reducible to energy, which has no mass and cannot be an equal force to them. Since nothing can exist without mass except the void, the idea of energy is obviously a fictitious one, just as was the idea of ether. Recall that ether was the fictitious substance that in the nineteenth century was believed to permeate the universe and transmit light. I will reiterate what the American theoretical physicist and Nobel Prize winner Richard P. Feynman (1918-1988) explained: “It is important to realize that in physics today, we have no knowledge of what energy is.”2

It will probably shock you to learn that Einstein’s famous equation E=mc2 expresses a false equivalency relation between mass and energy. The equation says that the energy of a body (E) equals its mass (m) times the speed of light (c) squared. As I showed above, the idea of energy is a fictitious one. Let’s see what happens when we put numbers into the equation and perform the required calculation to see the implication of the equation. Consider that E is energy in joules, m is mass in kilograms and c is the speed of light in meters per second. This means that the energy inside one (1) kilogram of matter

= 1 x 300,000,000 x 300,000,000 joules.
= 90,000 million million joules.
= the energy lying dormant inside 1 Kilogram of matter is equivalent to the explosion of about 20,000 kg of trinitrotoluene (TNT), a toxic, flammable organic compound used as an explosive and in manufacturing other chemicals.

Thus, according to the equation E=mc2, all matter containing 1 kilogram of mass can release 20,000 kg of TNT. This obviously makes the equation wrong. One kilogram of matter cannot release an explosion on such a tremendous scale. The so-called “atomic bomb” dropped on Hiroshima, Japan was a 15-Kiloton bomb.

Einstein said that matter can be changed into energy and vice versa. Such a thing cannot be done without first destroying matter to create energy, which has no mass. How can energy, which has no mass, be changed into matter? The Atomic theory reveals that matter cannot be destroyed into nothing (masslessness), but only be broken up into constituent atoms, which are eternal and indestructible.

According to Einstein’s special theory of relativity, the faster an object travels, the more its mass increases. The Atomic theory reveals that this cannot be true in regards to the individual absolutely solid atoms, which cannot undergo change, even though they travel at speed many times faster than light. Only the mass of aggregates of atoms can be increased by an increase in speed, which causes them to absorb more atoms through their vacuum spaces, or pores. An object’s mass can only be increased by adding more massy atoms to it, not by speed alone.

Einstein claimed that relativity (the act or result of something changing) occurs in a four- dimensional world of height, length, breath and time. The Atomic theory reveals that all changes in nature occur in a three-dimensional space of height, length, and dept reality separate from time. It takes time for changes to occur in space, but time is not a fourth dimension of space, which is evident from the fact that space remains the same while time passes. Space and time are distinct from each other. They are not parts of one space-time, as claimed by Einstein.

Einstein said that time changes depending on how quickly or slowly something is moving. The Atomic theory reveals that time is the measure of duration of existence and that it passes at the same constant rate for stationary things as it does for mobile things.

According to Einstein’s general theory of gravitation, gravitation is not a force between two bodies with mass, but rather a property of the space in which bodies exist. The Atomic theory reveals that space is nothing and that gravitation cannot be a property of nothing. Einstein said that the presence of matter in space results in the warping of space. The Atomic theory reveals that space, being nothing, possesses no tangibility in any way and cannot possibly be warped by the presence of the matter occupying or moving through it.

After Einstein invented his general theory of gravitation, which denies that gravitation is a force, he was unable to explain the acceleration of moving bodies. Acceleration is the change in speed or velocity of a moving body with respect to time. Acceleration can mean either slowing down or speeding up. A moving body cannot accelerate its speed or velocity without a force being applied to it. In nature, the force of gravitation acting on moving body causes them to accelerate.

Since Einstein denied that gravitation is a force, he claimed that acceleration is equivalent to gravitation and that there is only acceleration, instead of gravitational force. The Atomic theory reveals that gravitation and acceleration are not equivalent and that gravitation causes acceleration, but acceleration does not cause gravitation. If you pull a wagon up a hill faster and faster, you will realize that the acceleration of the speed of the wagon is due to your own self-acceleration, not to gravity.

By the way, the Atomic theory reveals that gravitation is a fundamental property of the atoms, not space.

You probably have noticed that Einstein’s theory of relativity says nothing about whether the universe was created or has always existed. This makes it an incomplete theory. The implication of his theory is it was created. Einstein himself became a believer in the Big Bang theory of the origin of the universe. nothing. Einstein became a believer in the Big Bang theory after hearing it be explained by its originator, the Belgian Roman Catholic priest, cosmologist, and physicist Georges Lemaitre (1894-1966), who invented the theory in 1927.

Lemaitre was a pioneer in applying Einstein’s theory of general relativity to cosmology, which deals with theories of the origin and structure of the universe as an orderly system. He theorized that at some time in the remote past all the matter in the universe began when this primeval atom exploded. In January 1933, Lemaitre traveled with Einstein to California for a series of seminars. After hearing Lemaitre explain his Big Bang theory in detail, Einstein stood up, applauded, and said “This is the most beautiful and satisfactory explanation of creation to which I have ever listened.”3

Interestingly, the American genius and columnist, author, and playwright, Marilyn von Savant, who holds the Guinness Book of World Record for highest IQ of 228, responded, when asked her opinion of the Big Bang theory, “I think that if it had been a religion that first maintained the notion of all the matter in the entire universe had once been contained in an area smaller than the point of a pin, scientists probably would have laughed at the idea.”4

Scientists today say that the primeval atom exploded between 10 to 20 billion years ago. They call the explosion the Big Bang. The Atomic theory reveals that the universe has always existed, being made up of atoms. Again, I will reiterate: Atoms are the smallest particles of matter that can exist; the ultimate and smallest division of matter. The Atomic theory explains that since it is impossible for atoms to come into existence out of nothing or pass away into nothing, they are eternal and indestructible particles. Understanding that the universe is made up of these particles, Atomists believe in the eternality of the universe.

By now you should realize that Einstein’s theory of relativity is a distortion of reality, which is absolute and consists of solid atoms and intangible void. It is not a correct description of the nature and behavior of the universe, the one and only reality.


  1. Newton, Philosophia Naturalis Mathematica, 1687, Book 1.
  2. Richard P. Feynman, Six Easy Pieces (Cambridge, Massachusetts: Perseus Books, 1995), p. 71.
  3. Mark Midbon, ‘A Day Without Yesterday’: Georges Lemaitre & the Big Bang, Commonweal (March 24, 2000): 18-19.
  4. Quoted in William C. Mitchell, Bye Bye Big Bang Hello Reality (Carson City Nevada: Cosmic Sense Books, 2002), p. 335.