Friday, July 09, 2004

You think that you're sitting on a solid chair

Well think again, your chair is an articulation of trillions of molecules of alleged matter. Each molecule is a manifestation of "matter" consisting of a cluster of atoms bound together by energy. Each atom in turn is an orbital array of sub particles that in fact do not consist of any mass but do exert quantum energy collectively to simulate mass. In reality they don't actually exist in the physical world and if you stopped the sub particles, the physical world would cease to exist. So you are sitting on a really large number of non physical energy bundles hurtling around in empty space bound together in an intricate pattern that simulates what you perceive to be matter. In effect reality is an artificial creation/manipulation that exists in a subset of the quantum domain. You are definitely not sitting on a solid chair, you are sitting on a cloud of miniscule energy waves.

If you don't believe me, google the "Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle".

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