This is only hypothetical, but bare with me. I did some searching on the interweb and found out that a drop of water has about: 1.67 × 10^21 molecules (Source: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_many_water_molecules_are_in_one_drop_of_water) Also, the amount of protons and neutrons that can be inside a nucleus is theoritcally unlimited. And the amount of electrons that can orbit the nucleus is also unlimited. If both of these are correct, wouldnt that then mean, that if someone was to create an atom that had billions of protons and neutrons in it`s nucleus, that we then would be able to see an atom with our naked eyes. I mean it kinda makes sense to me, what do you think? Is it hypothetically and theoretically possible?