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    • Sp4ce 18 jun
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    • How do we know were not constantly shrinking or growing at incredible amounts? Like if everything moves at the same exact amount outward, would we notice?
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    • Boy I’m sure glad I’m not gay. I hope no one makes me gay today.
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    • Recently I've learned that atoms are almost completely empty space... This means in a way we've never touched anything our WHOLE LIVES. So to answer your question, no I did not hit that child.
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    • I remember when i was in 6th grade science and learned that and after i asked the teacher if it was possible then that everything could have come from a small spot in the universe that was just a solid mass with no wasted space (big bang theory) and he just smiled the biggest id seen him do and said
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    • 5onathan 18 jun
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    • If we’re made of atoms doesn’t that mean we’re mostly nothing?
      TheScoot 18 jun
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    • 99.99% you say? So it's okay if I have another piece of cake since it's all air.
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    • WRONG! I ate 2 sugar cubes in my coffee this morning
      Bizcaz 18 jun
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    • How tf would you remove something that already isn’t there?
      Suriun 18 jun
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    • Cool science fact. Here is another:
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    • Isn't this the concept behind Ant Man's suit?
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    • How do we know if sub atomic particles themselves are not again made up of more empty space? 🤔
      cjsaurus 18 jun
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    • I wish to have more empty space in my penis.
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    • How do they know for sure its empty space? What if it's just like, not on a spectrum we can see or the rest is dark matter or some shit
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    • Why is there a sugar cube inside the atom though??
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    • That is what a neutron star is, literally, its so dense that there isn’t room for electrons to orbit so its literally a clump of neutrons, making it one giant atom in a weird way
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    • I still dont understand how all matter doesnt simply fold in on itself or have atoms go through each other's empty space. Pretty sure it has something to do with magnetism but idk
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    • What is that empty space made of
      cdog04 18 jun
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    • Atoms also don’t ever really touch so when you feel something, it’s a cascade of repulsive forces on atoms. An atom can’t touch an atom due to the weak force
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    • If I see that stupid fucking gibby account I’m going ape shit
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    • And people still wonder how black holes possibly exist.
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    • Oh, so when my step dad used to call me a waste of space, he was actually right?? Fucker.
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    • You know who else would need another cube?
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    • What app was this meme originally on?
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    • A black hole is when I cluster of molecules all simultaneously clauses under there own gravity. In other words removing the space between the nucleus and the electrons utilizing gravity is literally what defines a black hole
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    • Put me in the gay beam
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    • Ah yes I always enjoy me some Chemistry! What is everyone’s favorite element? Mine is ether Gold, Bismuth, or Tin
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    • grouchy 18 jun
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    • So the science in ant man checks out
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    • It's my turn for top comment
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    • That empty space between atoms could be entire universes
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    • Don’t they actually have quantum fields within that “empty space”
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    • This explains why my waifu is so sweet.
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    • I find this hard to believe considering the mass of humanity is negligible compared to the earth’s, and the Schwartzchild radius of earth (if it were a black hole) is a marble soooo no
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    • who the fuck seriously cares? like why do people spend their entire lives studying shit like this when it doesn’t even matter
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    • And 99.999999% of that empty space is between most people’s ears
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    • That's one heavy cube
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    • Thats alot of damage
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    • how do we know we’re not already in a sugar cube
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    • That would be one infinitely heavy sugar cube, so heavy that if it were brought to earth it would pierce the core faster than a bullet, more like at the speed of light and actually turn into a black hole, it would have more gravitational pull than the sun and might actually attract other black holes
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    • Selling rune scimitars - 15k ea
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    • That would also create a black hole capable of crushing our solar system
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    • So ur telling me I’m smaller than a sugar cube?
      4DR14N 20 jun
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    • DAMN!!
      WrathCock 20 jun
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    • The last yo momma joke...
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    • This is it, that was the last yo momma joke
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    • i would eat that cube of people
      DoesItFan 20 jun
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    • How do we know where not a sugar cube in a jar of a larger world identical to this universe? Lol
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    • They would possibly fit, but not alive.
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    • Wouldn’t that get very hot though? And even become a risk to making a black hole?
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    • And how big is the average sugar cube? I’ve seen some pretty big ass sugar cubes
      an_E_Pat 19 jun
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    • Saying atoms is empty space is lazy science
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    • Another way is: if an atom is the size of a baseball stadium, the nucleus is the size of a ball and the electrons are the size of peas orbiting at the outer wall of the park.
      tacdickle 19 jun
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    • The space between and could be whats making up the 99.999% of undetectable matter known as dark matter, that needs to be there for einstein's theory of relativity to function mathematically? As i shout into the void, knowing this aint gonna be upvoted, bc no one read the while thing
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    • LMFAO
      Onawing 19 jun
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    • At least in these trying times we still have yo mama jokes
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    • And that sugar cube would be a neutron star
      MungDaal 19 jun
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    • Ok so would you be collapsing all wave functions into a measured particle at that point?
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    • At that point we would also be dense enough to form our own black hole
      nateyboy4 19 jun
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    • No wonder I feel so empty
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    • Eww
      w00tw00t 19 jun
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    • Atoms are not 99% empty space. That space is taken up by the electron cloud.
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    • Don't like that...
      Rockheart 19 jun
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    • Because she a whole snack
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    • That’s how dense neutron stars are. A truly bizarre state of matter
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    • So if I go up to a girl and violently grope her big titty, I can just claim that I didn’t actually grope anything. I’m just shifting empty spaces around.
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    • Nom
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    • It's amazing that the empty space is so insignificant that objects on a grand scale can appear to be completely solid
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    • We all know that the universe is expanding but whats interesting is that its not slowing down. Nor do scientists think that it is decelerating. Scientists pointed out that if it is accelerating then the force anti-gravity could be increasing. This force pushes objects at large distances.
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    • Fuck yeah
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    • D:
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    • An atom isn’t made up of mostly empty space *facepalm*
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    • Oooooof!
      4eyes 19 jun
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    • So if 9/10 is = to 1 that means this statement is false
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    • Is this a large small or medium sugar cube
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    • Imma feelin like a salt lick in the forrest of life...
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    • A reaction post to be sure, but a welcome one
      Neppie 19 jun
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    • Bad and naughty boys get put in the sugar cube atom.
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    • I hate atoms, fuck you for being so small
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    • Ah, so lays base their chips on the atom
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    • Bringing a whole new meaning to “hey sugar cube”
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    • Isnt that what neutron stars are? when gravity overpowers neutron forces but not enough to create a black hole?
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    • Damnnnn, his mom must be fat as fuck
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    • “The universe is constantly expanding” what if our alternate universe was legit just microscopic? Like we could jump universes by shrinking. Expanding would be constant growing and creating new universes
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    • Us in the sugar cube: “Bitch scoot over I can’t breathe in here”
      pgerbils 18 jun
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    • Ooooooooo
      GodImCold 18 jun
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    • Ooooooo
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    • That would be heavy
      niglit 18 jun
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    • she would actually be normal sized
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    • Is her calling her fat or is he calling her dense?
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