Well we all know that the rutherford's atomic structure has a drastic limitation. According to classical electrodynamics an accelerated charged particle will emit radiation.The electron being accelerated and charged it would have to emit radtiation and thus lose enegy,this would cause it to spiral down and collide with the nucleus. Then Bohr came with the theory of stable orbits. My question is why can't the classical electrodynamics theory be applied and a similar argument be posed? Is it just because Bohr told that some specific orbits would be stable?