The proposed design for the periodic table of elements presented in this article has the potential to significantly impact the field of chemistry. By using a 3D model of the gastropod shell structure, the authors suggest a new mechanism for understanding how the elements were formed and how their configuration in the system determines their chemical and physical properties. The new periodic system is symmetrical and elegant, and reflects the laws of nature, which could inspire new approaches to designing scientific systems.
While the proposed design has not yet been widely accepted by the scientific community and requires further validation, it may stimulate discussion and further research into the arrangement and classification of elements. It could also contribute to the ongoing development of the field of chemistry and potentially lead to significant changes in the way that chemistry is taught and understood. Overall, the proposed design offers a novel and exciting perspective on the periodic table of elements and has the potential to advance our understanding of the fundamental building blocks of matter.