Topic: Atoms: Lots of empty space!
As usual, I was getting bored and a picture of a an electron traveling around the neutron/proton just popped in my mind. There is so much empty space between the nucleous and the moving electron! To put it in perspective, for a Hydrogen atom if the electron was the size of a dime (or so) the nucleous will be about 1/4 mile away. Basically, matter (solid, liquid & gases) is mainly empty space. The fact that the electrons are moving around the nucleous at tremendous speeds causes our eyes not to see the empty space for we cannot follow the electron as it travels around the nucleous. It is almost like seeing the same electron in different places at the same time.
If the motion of the electrons could be stopped (applying a certain amount of non-destructive energy: Magnetic, orgonic, etc....who knows!) then the object as we knew it will cease to exist. It may turn out be invisible to the human eye or may look like a very faint fog (if that!). It seems that if one could do this going through a concrete wall may be feasible. The question would be, what kind of energy one must apply to accomplish this feat and then, allow the matter to re-generate when the switch is turned off (back to a concrete wall). This is definetely very possible!