Little Particles You Didn’t Know Existed (probably).

Little Particles You Didn’t Know Existed (probably).

The single notion that trillions of subatomic particles (and other theorized particles that we can’t find/see, but know exist) are rushing through our body at any given moment without responding to us and vice versa, is amazing. 

 

Kind of feels like being on a ladder that you can see no top or bottom. On one hand, the universe is so large it is beyond normal comprehension. On the other hand, as small as stars and galaxies are on the relative scale of things, the particles that make each thing up (or carry charges such as light {photons} or gravity {gravitons}) are even more amazing when compared to the same scale.

 

We’re infinitely small and do not matter at all, really. Yet, we are also infinitely large and matter more than we know. Oddballs.

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