hi, ive got a really simple question. niels bohr proposed a model of the atom in witch the electron cannot fall into any energy state but must fall be in certain discreet values and this helps explain why the electron doesnt clumb with the nucleus almost instantly. not the atom needed to have a structure with an electron separated from a massive nucleus from experimental reasons. but if you dare to assume that an electron must have discreet energy values, why not assume a much simpler thing in the first place, namely that the electron doesn't orbit the nucleus but sits there stationary on some distance from the nucleus and so doesnt accelerate and emit radiation and thus doesnt loose energy and fall to the nucleus. it seems to me that quantum mechanics is just a bunch of intuitive laws based on assumptions of a structure of the atom witch no one has even ever seen.