Is this a good theory?

Ok, I noticed that the moon's orbit around the earth looks like a hydrogen atom. I theorize that every atom is actually (a) moon(s) (electron) orbiting a planet (proton) and every planet with moon(s) orbiting it is another atom, which makes up part of an alternative universe.

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SpinnerFTW
So, your saying that we are atoms, upon atoms, upon atoms, and so on? In realism I don't think it's true, due to the lack of moons, which wouldn't make the right number of electrons to protons. And baring in mind the planets would have to atoms not proton as a atom is protons and neutrons all together not far apart. So overall while it's a well thought out and very, very interesting theory. Science is a bitch XD. But it's an awesome idea XD. (Sorry had to ruin the fun there XD) See More▼
Lucky_Queen
I dunno exactly what he meant, but the way I took it was like this: Our planet, our Milky Way, our world are all made up of atom-like structures that compound repeatedly, and our entire universe may only be a small atom in another world. Probably not true, but a really awesome sci-fi book premise.
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SpinnerFTW
wow XD
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on November 25, 2015
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Lucky_Queen
XD Or younger. But it depends; there could be a 12 year old that's skipped almost all the way through high school.
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SpinnerFTW
Plus 99.9% of qfeast are 14 so most would have no idea what the words mean XD
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Lucky_Queen
XD Yeah they probably would
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SpinnerFTW
I could go into more detail than what I put there. Hence why it doesn't make a whole lot of sense. But if I went into more, people would stop reading about 6 words in XD
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Lucky_Queen
Yup. But what if the solar system in general were a molecule or even some shape or form of an atom that is theoretical but we haven't exactly discovered yet? I know almost zero about astronomy (chemistry is my biggest scientific strong suit), so I have no idea if that can actually be even remotely possible, but it's still a cool theory.
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SpinnerFTW
Yeah I just said it was due to layout in comparison to real atoms XD #NerdForLife
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Lucky_Queen
Oh, OK. The wording threw me off.
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SpinnerFTW
That's more or less my point. Due to our solar system layout it would be cool but not true :/
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Lucky_Queen
Would it be OK if I used this in a sci-fi story that I might possibly write in the future? Because this theory is AWESOME.
breann.west.5
Yes, feel free! ^^
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breann.west.5
^^YW!
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Lucky_Queen
Thanks!
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Mataways
Ooh interesting. Well gluons make up the universe but maybe they could make us too. This theory is so barely correct. It just needs naming
Mataways
Ok...it kinda holds everything so...
Congrats you added a law of science
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Kanya888
Wish...yeah, it's awesome😈😊
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Itchy_Eyebrows
*mind blows*

I need to renovate my room, because my brain is splattered all over the walls!
(Yea! It's a great theory!)
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