- May 4, 2006
AIIINNNNKKKK WRONG!if we observe an atom we can see that the electrons spin around the nucleus anticlockwise, if we observe the stars in galaxies they are too going around its centre anticlockwise.
the sun is the centre of the solar system, the nucleus is the centre of the atom.
us muslims have to go around the kabba (black box in Mecca) exactly in the same anticlockwise manner, also the kabaa is the centre of the world! I really think it is, if you look at the world map, kabba is slight at the bottom from the centre, but the earth is spherical and tilted! So kabba must be the centre of the world, as pointed by a scholar.
This is proof, these sighns God sends to us, inviting us to the truth.
electrons are donoted a +1/2 and -1/2 quantum number known as the electron spin number, they rotate both clockwise and anti clockwise (the bohr model that you look at is garbage...why?... An orbital electron, being perpetually accelerated, ought to just as perpetually radiate energy, and that lost energy would translate to a decreasing orbital radius. One would expect an electron to VERY rapidly fall into the nucleus but this does not occur).... the bohr model has long since been repudiated.... you have to look at electron clouds and learn some quantum mechanics.
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not all planets spin anticlockwise in every solar system there are even many spiral galaxies that spin clockwise...fact
this is a picture of two galaxies colliding notice how one spins clockwise and the other spins anti-clockwise.
muslims spin anti-clockwise around the kabba and trample to death a couple hundred of there brothers annually...fact
thanks for playing