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OrganizedKhaos's picture

On a smaller scale...

Investigating everything at a smaller scale during class was very intriguing. It began to get difficult for us to determine whether certain things were living organisms or not at one point. When we went down to the bacterium it was the last living organism that we could identify and I had always thought that viruses were living, which was found on the next scale down couldnt even be categorized as living. After that everything became even smaller to atoms then the nucleus then basically space and electrons. We basically found out that we are all made of space and eclectrons, and stardust. 

Although the smaller scale seems so overwhelming I believe that the concept of a smaller scale is still much easier and less mind boggling than observing everything at a much larger scale. 

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