Keep it Simple
No complex maths equations, no indepth chemistry, no detailed physics, just a new way to look at the prime number sequence and how it is linked to atomic structure. 
Waves
This site isn't designed to bamboozle anyone, it's just looking at two very unique sequences of numbers and how they might overlap of fit into one another as wave functions. 
Prime Numbers
We're keeping it simple, taking it back to the beginning and having a fresh look at how we might model the entire universe just using prime numbers. 
1. What are prime numbers?
The definition of prime numbers is well published as a number that is divisible only by itself and 1...
So you have some prime numbers 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19 ... and we've already found a prime number with 23,249,425 digits!
This site explores the gaps between the prime numbers  not the difference between them but the gaps between them.
primes ★ atom ★ electrons ★ EM 
3. Electron Spin
3. What is electron spin?
Electrons spin and generate a tiny magnetic field and a pair of electrons would spin in opposite directions...
Electrons are found almost always in "pairs" of SPIN UP and SPIN DOWN in s, p, d, f orbitals or shells ... an arrow represents and electron and the direction of the arrow represents the direction of that electrons spin.
This site explores how these electrons fit between the gaps in the prime number sequence  not just numerically but also axis specific.
electron ★ spin ★ magnetic field ★ pairs 
4. What are Electron Orbitals?
Electrons exist in distinct orbitals that are filled and emptied in a specific way based on their energies. The orbitals are either on or between the x, y z axis.
An electron can become energised and be prompted to a new orbital and then drop down again and as it does so it releases that energy as heat and light  so electrons can release light.
The electron orbitals are specific levels and an electron can only exist in a specific orbital it can't me partially in or out of an orbital.
If an electron is in a specific axis it must also remain in that axis. 


5. Prime Sequence and Electron Configuration
The prime number sequence is the most important sequence in maths and the electron configuration is arguably the most important sequence is science and the fit into one another...
If you separate the electrons based on spin so select either the UP spin electrons or DOWN spin, you can then overlay the electron configuration  s, p, d and f onto the prime number sequence.
If you then treat each electron as a wave function that moves out from the source based on the inverse square law... you can see how it's also axis specific. 

7. The Fibonacci Sequence
At the beginning of the universe there were no prime numbers or numbers for that matter... they didn't invent themselves... something "found" them and we know that because we're here.
The Fibonacci sequence has long been associated with prime numbers but we take it one step further to look at how if the sequence starts at a specific set of coordinates could it "find" every prime number as it passes the x, y and z axis and it is the prime numbers that enable the stable formation of the Fibonacci sequence because the particle that rotated at exactly the right coordinates, grew and didn't collapse. 