I am currently taking Physics 30 now and we have just finished the Magnetism unit. The last little bit that we had to learn in the unit was about Albert Einstein's Theory of Relativity. I was just thinking about this....and maybe I'm crazy, but I'll just state my opinion. I was just thinking that the Bohr Model is....well....kind of impossible. I know that in the Bohr Model we have nucleus in the middle (consisting of protons and neutrons) and if the electrons are always accelerating around the nucleus, they will give off EMR. Because they give off so much energy, wouldn't they just "crash" into the nucleus? Maybe I'm weird saying this, but it's just something that I thought of....so I was wondering if anyone can help me understand this a bit more. Thanks.