They don't affect the reputation of atomic theory at all.
Schrödinger and Heisenberg extended the model of the atom, as did Thompson, Rutherford, and Moseley before them.
Each model was based on the best available information at the time.
The availability of new information may require a new atomic model, but it doesn't destroy the reputation of older ones.
fire could start, buildings collapsing, and ash falling from the sky.
this is because the buildings or plants could catch on fire and the buildings would most likely collapse. lastly ash would fall because all the burning would cause ash to fall from the sky.
hope this .
i think it's c. i'm not sure but i think so.