Scientists Photograph Inside of Atom

In a Satiric Historical First

QUEEN CITY — Researchers from Opon University have photographed the inside of an Ytterbium ion with stunning resolution. Until now, researchers have only been able to image atoms externally using electron microscopy.

While pending pre-publication on viXra, few details have been forthcoming. We have one tantalizing image that…




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