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The Case Against
the Nuclear Atom

by Dewey B. Larson

“To all of us, steeped in the unquestioning adoration of the contemporary scientific method, this is a rude and outspoken book, which sometimes hurts. The frightening thing about it is that it rings true.”

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      Preface
  1. Introduction
  2. The Nucleus
  3. The Electrons
  4. Particle Problems
  5. Postulates Unlimited
  6. Other Names for Roses
  7. Electric Questions
  8. Pictures vs. Models
  9. The Philosophical Aspect
10. Facts and Fancies
11. The Role of Clear Thinking
12. Where Do We Go From Here?
      References