I'm currently in class 12 and I was about different models of atoms in my school chemistry book and there were like 3 or 4 atomic models Rutherford's model, Thompson's model , Bohr's model then finally Quantum Mechanical model.
After reading every model it has limitations and just after some years someone introduced new model patching the previous limitations with giving different theories and equations.
*So technically every model was wrong. I was just wondering that isn't every model we have had so far wrong, and as technology progresses, we would be getting more models which are better than others and will have some limitations, which will later be explained by some other model. So at the end we will no be able to find any correct model of atoms because we are pretty much certain that the present model will be wrong and, after new discovery or technology is discovered, that model will also fail.
What I'm trying to say here is that any no matter how many models we get in future we will not be able to correctly determine what is the structure of atom or how electrons will revolve because every model will have some limitations*
What do you think? Am I right or partially right to see models as wrong?