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Re: Smallest Particle In Our Universe!!

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Posted by NowMe. on August 7, 1998 04:26:54 UTC

Had nature needs to shrunk particles?

I understand, that human want to make it, but nature.

Do nature had that kind of behaveings?

And if had, why?

Nature, material, atoms, particles, are same, what we are. We have madet at this material. Our form has made at this material, particles.

I have need to live, etc. My particles has need to live.

I'm whole person, so every my particles has also needs, because i can feel, love, etc.

How this is joined to Black-Hole?

But, anyway.

Space is, and space has planets. We can draw a map, at, 3-dimensions, but it dont mean, that, time is fourth, and something else is fifth, etc. It's Depent, how we understand that 'dimension-word'.

We can divide word-'dimension' 2 area, gategories, etc..

1. Dimension of Form. X-Y-Z, dimensions, 3-dimensions, place-coordinates, air-directions, numerical view, etc.

2. Dimension of exist. Material, non-material. Being, non-being.

What we can see and measure, is area 2, material dimension. How we do that, is area 1, 'scientific' units, to make view of area 2, material-dimension.

Is Black-Hole, material dimension, or non-material dimension? We can measure/sensing only material dimension, at our life.

Why this material want to make Black-Hole? Destroy the world? Build it up?

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