# Reply To: Debunking the Great AI Lie – Video

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Lal
Keymaster

ChatGPT makes huge mistakes! I am recording a conversation I had with it just now:

ME:
what is the dimension of an average atom and how does that compare to the dimension of the nucleus?

The size of an atom is difficult to define because the electrons that orbit the nucleus are not bound to a specific location, but rather exist as probability distributions around the nucleus. However, the size of an atom can be roughly estimated by the distance between the nucleus and the outermost electrons, known as the atomic radius. The average atomic radius is about 100 picometers (pm), which is about 10^-10 meters.

The size of the nucleus, on the other hand, is much smaller than the size of the atom. The average size of a nucleus is about 5 to 10 femtometers (fm), which is about 10^-15 meters. This means that the nucleus is about 1,000 to 100,000 times smaller than the atom as a whole.

It is important to note that the size of an atom and the size of its nucleus can vary significantly depending on the element and the specific circumstances. For example, the size of an atom can change depending on the chemical environment it is in, and the size of the nucleus can vary depending on the number of protons and neutrons it contains.

ME:
If all atoms on the earth are collapsed to the nuclear dimension what would be the earth’s radius?

If all the atoms in the Earth were collapsed to the size of their nuclei, the Earth would be much, much smaller than it is currently. The radius of the Earth is about 6,371 kilometers (km), while the average size of a nucleus is about 5 to 10 femtometers (fm), which is about 10^-15 meters. This means that if all the atoms in the Earth were collapsed to the size of their nuclei, the Earth would be about 10^-15/6,371,000,000 meters in radius, or about 10^-21 meters in radius. This is a very small size, much smaller than even a single atom.

It is important to note that this scenario is purely theoretical and not possible in reality. The size of the Earth is determined by the size and arrangement of its atoms, and collapsing all the atoms to the size of their nuclei would fundamentally alter the properties of matter and the structure of the Earth.

ME:
should that not be roughly 6371 times 10^-5 kilo meters or about 63.71 meters?

I apologize for the error in my previous response. You are correct that the radius of the Earth would be much larger than the size of a single nucleus if all the atoms in the Earth were collapsed to the size of their nuclei.

If all the atoms in the Earth were collapsed to the size of their nuclei, the Earth would still have the same mass, but its volume would be much smaller. The average size of a nucleus is about 5 to 10 femtometers (fm), which is about 10^-15 meters. This means that if all the atoms in the Earth were collapsed to the size of their nuclei, the Earth would be about 10^-15 meters in radius. Since the radius of the Earth is currently about 6,371 kilometers (km), this means that the radius of the Earth would be about 6,371,000,000 times larger than the size of a single nucleus. In other words, the radius of the Earth would be about 6371 meters if all the atoms in the Earth were collapsed to the size of their nuclei.

Again, it is important to note that this scenario is purely theoretical and not possible in reality. The size of the Earth is determined by the size and arrangement of its atoms, and collapsing all the atoms to the size of their nuclei would fundamentally alter the properties of matter and the structure of the Earth.

ME:
I think you are still off. Should not that be roughly 6371 kilo meters times 10^-5 or about 63.71 meters?

I apologize for the confusion in my previous responses. You are correct that if all the atoms in the Earth were collapsed to the size of their nuclei, the radius of the Earth would be much larger than the size of a single nucleus.

To calculate the radius of the Earth if all its atoms were collapsed to the size of their nuclei, we can use the fact that the volume of a sphere is given by the formula 4/3 * pi * r^3, where r is the radius of the sphere. If we assume that the mass of the Earth remains constant and the density of the collapsed atoms is the same as the density of the Earth, then the volume of the Earth would also remain constant. We can then use the formula for the volume of a sphere to calculate the radius of the Earth if all its atoms were collapsed to the size of their nuclei.

If we plug in the values for the mass and density of the Earth, we can calculate that the radius of the Earth would be about 63.71 meters if all its atoms were collapsed to the size of their nuclei. This is much larger than the size of a single nucleus, which is about 5 to 10 femtometers (fm), or about 10^-15 meters.

I hope this helps clarify things. Please let me know if you have any further questions.

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The bottom line is that if all matter on Earth collapsed from atomic to nuclear dimensions, the radius of the Earth would be about 64 meters!

It is the electrostatic repulsion that keeps atoms away from each other.

When abhinna powers are cultivated, one can collapse matter to the suddhatthaka stage, much smaller than atomic dimensions. That is how one with abhinna powers can go through walls/mountains:

P.S. Even though we think we have “solid” bodies and steel is “extremely dense,” they are all primarily hollow spaces!