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Posted by Jon Platte on March 19, 2003 16:12:12 UTC

like we judge everything by what we see(which is the logical way to do it). We know there are billions of stars in the universe(which is impossible for a human to fathom) because we can see them. Couldn't an atom be broken down into a complex thing with billions of different pieces? More of a philishophical question, I guess, then a scientific one.

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