The Forgotten Meaning of Atom: The Ancient Greek & Sanskrit Connection.

The concept of the atom as a fundamental unit of matter is a scientific concept that is said to have been first proposed by the ancient Greeks. It is believed that the root of the word atom comes from the Greek word atomos which means indivisible or uncuttable. While I agree that atom is indivisible or undivided, i.e., there is no such thing as division in atom, I do not agree that atom was first proposed by the ancient Greeks. The root of the word atom is the Sanskrit word aham (เค…เคนเคฎ्) which means I (AM) hence also the true meaning of the word adam. As such we arrive at a correct and higher understanding of why the ancient Greeks said that atom was undivided. Undivided, yet diverse in form and kind, differentiated for love, this truth we find.
~ Wald Wassermann, Physicist and Etymologist