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Mozart
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Sep22-05, 12:47 AM
P: 106
Alright, I'll try my best to use words for what I am thinking about but it may be a mess.

Are we stuck in the middle of two worlds? The two worlds being the big, and small world. I don't know the proper name for them but lets just call them the Atomic World, and the oh I don't know, Galactic World. When I say we I mean like as small as an ant, and as big as a blue whale...thats a nice range I guess. Now for a second can we forget about infinity big and infinity small..not that it really matters but I think it will make things easier. Pretend for a second that an atom, and its electrons are fundemental building blocks, and galaxies are as big as it gets. So are we in the middle of these two worlds? Are we as small as we are compared to the galactic world, and as big as we are compared to the atomic world? Or do we fall more towards one of the two in terms of size?


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