• Sun Chunwu
Keywords: Oval Diagram and Formulas, Diffuse Gases, Centripetal Force, Atom and Sub-atom, Red Giant Star, Internal Movement Description of Red Giant Star and Atom


According to French scientist Laplace, we must regard the current state of the universe as the result of its previous state and the causation of later development; if there is a wisdom to
comprehend the location of each entity, and even to analyze these things, it can outlines the movement of cosmic inventory with a single formula, from maximal celestial body to minimal atom, so that the future can be clearly presented just as the past.


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How to Cite
Chunwu, S. (2018, September 1). ATOMIC COSMOGONY: OVAL DIAGRAM ILLUSTRATION SUB-ATOM AND ATOM. EPH - International Journal of Applied Science (ISSN: 2208-2182), 4(8), 8-26. Retrieved from

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