The smallest substance is called 'Matter'
November 14, 2012 12:20am CST
Hello :) We all have learned in science that every particle in this world is made up of protons(positively charged),electrons(negatively charged) and nucleus(no charge) in an 'atom'.Electrons revolve around the atom in specified orbits.It's just like our solar system.What i wanted to know is,the smallest particle is known as 'matter' and no one has been able to 'decode' it as what it consists of or what further divisions can be made.So,my question is 'Who actually controls all this things'? Please share your views.
14 Nov 12
whoaaaaaaaaaaaa too scientology question. Ok, let me do my magic trick. Tadaaan! I dont have magic trick i have run out of it. (i am just kidding) the one who is controlling everything is based on what your beliefs. If you believe in the existence of God, then it's God, if you believe in the existence of Buddha, then it's Buddha. If you believe in the existence of the Aliens, it could be Aliens. It doesn't matter who controls it. What matter is "it is undercontrol". hm.. do i make any sense?
14 Nov 12
I wish I could answer your question but all I remember from way back in Elementary school is that matter is anything that occupies space and has a mass. But now your discussion has me thinking, if matter is the smallest substance in life, then everything around us, every single thing in life 'matters.'