Quantum physics and bodies in motions  

Zuleika71 45F
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9/1/2005 11:15 am

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Quantum physics and bodies in motions


Really isn't all that hard to understand to me. I have yet to read or see the movie 'What the @#$%! do we know"? But have heard wonderbar things about it. Ever notice how most things in nature are circles, or spiral thingys. Where's a natural square? Anyway, bodies in motions or how about the fact that simply observing something,anything,but in this case atoms or smaller things affects the way the particles the behave. Kinda like people. Ever notice how really big things look like little things?. At least to me. I have a large chunk of time right now that I won't have tomorrow so I am using it to ramble about my brain and how I think and how I work,on this blog. I think people who blog are inviting comment on their way of life.What got me interested in science and sci-fi and how come more black women aren't considered to be interested in it. First, how many black females do you see IN sci fi? Most worlds of the future don't have all that much color. You'll see asians, the model minority, but hardly any chicanas, or latinas or black or native americans . I just know of one or two black female sci fi authors. Octavia Butler is one of my faves.So people like to read things that they can relate to. Why should women minorities invest in a book that has nothing about them in it? I remember the first poem I memorized, I was about six or seven Hope is the thing with feathers,that perches in the soul and sings the tune,without the words and never stops at all. My first mind blowing experience with sci fi and all the possibilities was when I read in a book about how carbon and silicon had the same number of atoms? and that maybe other life forms could be based on that. We are all carbon based because carbon can bind with a boatload of other things, but so can silicon. So the silicon based life theory had me from hello - in grade school. Did I mention that my dad went to school for rocket science (Had to drop out when his girlfriend got pregnant) and we had a rocket scientist that lived with us when I was a little girl. Mr. Blair. I hope my ramblings aren't too boring. To me the whole proton neutron,electron thingys. . look like mini galaxies. Who's to say that every atom with their protons and stuff isn't another galaxy or solar system? I'll stop for now,but will most likely revisit the subject later. Hope you all find/found it interesting. I'll try to wrap up the thought I started at the beginning of the blog,if anyone feels I left them hanging. Which I am wont to do sometimes.

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