There is asomething for something right...? big for big and small for small...
October 12, 2008 8:15am CST
Imagine the atom. It is the basic component of everything right? Now, i will get to my point. If it is the smallest component discovered this time, there can be something smaller than that right that compose it? It could be a thing that constructs an atom. After that, there could be something that constructs that things that constructs the atom. Another, the universe is so big right? What if the universe is just a very small body of something that is made up of many universe. Now, that thing that is compose of many universe can also be a component of something. I mean, it is like never-ending. It is possible that our universe is also like an atom of something and that the atom we know today is like a universe, an micro universe. It is really something... What can you say about it?
30 Nov 08
Infinite smallness within infinite smallness. And infinite largeness within infinite bigness. The universe as in atoms is subject to general relativity, but sub atomic particles, the stuff atoms are made up of are smaller, than the atom of course. I would suspect even these sub atomic particles have within them even smaller particles. Quantum mechanics governs the infinitely small and it is a possibility.
• United States
12 Oct 08
Hi~ I like your scientific process thinking...I do not know lots bout science but enjoy learning and the subject. The atom can be smashed into particles. Scientist R studying the smashed atom and the have a machine that is going to collide the particles, to see what effect it causes...They think it will be similar 2 the big bang theory...They R looking for what they call the God particle...The begininings of the universe. Quantum Physics is an interest of mine in that regards,as well as thought itself...We R all somewhat "Radio Active" with our own set of frequencies that I believe lends itself to this earth... The universe is vast and never ending as we know it! Also if U R interested, check out the "string theory"... Best Wishes~