The Splitting of Thoms

(Heat From The Splitting Of Thoms)

Published: April 18, 2009

Thoms are the smallest parts of a chemical element that can take part in a chemical reaction and retain all the properties of that element. In modern science, they are erroneously called atoms, which are the smallest particles of matter that can exist; the ultimate and smallest division of matter. Each thom is made up of smaller particles; protons, neutrons, and electrons. The protons and neutrons are crowded into the nucleus at the center of the thom. The electrons whirl around the nucleus, producing heat. I will reiterate that thoms are the smallest parts of a chemical element that can take part in a chemical reaction and retain all the properties of that element. Some thoms are radioactive. They break down chemically and give off thomic particles.

They are capable of undergoing nuclear fission, which is the splitting of the nucleus of an thom to release heat. During the fission of the nucleus of a thom of uranium, there is a chain reaction that causes a tiny loss of the thom’s mass. Albert Einstein said that this loss mass changes into energy, which is regarded as not being matter. He said that heat is a form of energy. He was wrong. Heat is a flow of atoms or tiny aggregate of atoms. Atoms have mass, which cannot be changed into non-matter. This means that the equation that Einstein used to express the idea that matter, or mass, can be changed into energy, E = mc2, is wrong. I estimate the mass of an atom to range from 1 x 10-30 grams to as close to zero as a measurer pleases. Keep in mind that atoms are smaller than the smallest quark, the U quark, which has a mass of 1 x 10-27 grams.

According to The Theory of Atomism, every thing in the universe is made up of atoms and voids and nothing can exist which is non–atomic, except a void.

Modern science has identified over one hundred elements, such as hydrogen, helium, carbon, oxygen, radium, uranium, etc., of which the entire universe appears to be made. Elements differ according to the number of particles in their thoms. For example a carbon thom has 6 protons, 6 neutrons, and 6 electrons, while a hydrogen thom has 1 proton, 0 neutrons, and 1 electron. The elements are shown in the periodic table of chemical elements. Keep in mind that in this table each element is wrongly called an “atom element”. For example, a carbon thom is called a carbon atom.

The mixing of certain kinds of chemical substances produces heat. The heat from thomic fission is produced in a structure called a nuclear reactor, a device that produces heat by means of a controlled chain reaction (nuclear fission). In the reactor, uranium (fuel) is split. Most often, the heat is used to produce steam that drives generators in electric power plants.