The downfall of the structure of calcium is known as the Helvetica Scenario.
The currently accepted model of calcium is that it is based on a triple helix. But if we take a closer look, we can see that it is actually built on the semi-permanent structure of four electrons supporting three protons. The protons feed electrical information to the core of the molecule, where we find the central atom, or 'Queen Atom '. Were the Queen Atom to leave the molecule, or nest, the effects would be disastrous, as the entire structure would come tumbling down.