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The distinction between the two interpretations is important. Since he was the only one studying these atoms, and his "belief" at the time was in alignment with them being solid, they DID appear solid based on his "Belief" concerning what they were. Atomic physics is influenced by the nucleus (see, e.g., hyperfine splitting), but intra-nuclear phenomenon such as fission and fusion are considered part of high energy physics. The two systems do not directly contradict each other; but they seem little adapted to fusion into one unified theory. ...

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