Re: What a strange universe we live in
I love learning new things about the universe we live in.
What gets me is theoretical physics, although i probably understand only about 1% of it the subjects and theories boggle my mind!
I was listening to professor Brian Cox (probably spelt wrong), he's an english professor who does alot of programs on the universe i love the way he explains things in a way that i feel like i understand it (i probably don't) but he gets his point across without confusing you too much.
Anyways on one of his shows he put a diamond inside a jewelery box and explained that due to the particles or electrons or atoms that makeup the diamond and the fact that they are constantly moving all around the universe it is technically or rather theoretically possible for him to open the jewellery box and the diamond wouldnt be there.
I can't remember the exact details of it now, but it just left me in a state of wonder. . . .
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