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Do atoms exist?

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2010-12-15 04:55:22
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The existence of atoms is universally accepted by the scientific community, as well as by most of the developed world. Atom bombs, nuclear reactors, electron microscopes, electricity, sound, the entire sciences of chemistry, physics, and biology all serve as proof for the existence of atoms.

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