I can't imagine
It happens to be correct. Einstein first described this in one of his famous 1905 papers.
okay,I still can't imagine
What can't you imagine? And please don't repeat the same quoted text again.
It's similar to the board/tabletop game Crossfire: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crossfire_(board_game [Broken])
The molecules and atoms impact the object at random intervals. This leads to small motions as the object is hit more on one side than the other in a short period of time.
google "Langevin equation"
Okay, you've stated a fact - that you can't imagine. I guess this thread is done. Commencing lockage... 10...9...
Unless you had a question you wanted to ask.
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