Actual photograph of atoms of germanium in an ink-blot.
Is it True that the Micro-Level of Matter also has Geometric Zero Energy Patterns?
Cutting-edge Japanese, Russian and French research into “Microcluster Physics” has demonstrated that atoms naturally tend to group together into Platonic Solid crystalline structures such as the octahedron.
No atoms had even remotely
been “seen” visually until 1985, when IBM Research Almaden Labs
was the first to use an electron tunneling microscope to actually photograph
the organization of molecules of germanium in an ink-blot. What we see from
this experiment in Figure 2.1 are indistinct, fuzzy spherical objects that
appear to have some non-spherical geometric qualities to their shape and
are in an extremely geometric pattern of organization, which was definitely
a surprise for conventional science. The image was artificially colored
orange and green to allow the eye to discriminate between the two types
of atom that were seen.