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Atoms, Chaos and the Mystery of the Virtual Universe

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What gives matter mass? How did the universe come about? This essay takes a look at these questions as well as discussing such 'things' as virtual particles and the role they play in holding the universe together.
Kindle Edition, 65 pages
Published July 12th 2012
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My Pseudonym
Aug 06, 2012 rated it it was ok
This is a short essay which focuses primarily on the subject of order and chaos: 'where chaos begins science ends.' Is this perhaps a statement showing the limitations of science is all there is? Or, perhaps, chaos is an apparent illusion of something we do not understand or have the ability to comprehend? Fractals show us there is regularity and order from an apparently chaotic structure. Perhaps, there are universes within universes, within universes; if we could observe this perspective, we m ...more
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