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Posted by Rich on October 31, 2000 14:58:41 UTC

Lets take two things in life that are strange. The first one is the number ten. Why is the number ten so important to us? Why is it the founding of our numeric system? Why do we have top ten lists? Why is the world's measuring system based on tens?

Second, in nature, revolving is important. The earth revolving around the sun keeps the earth from moving into the sun. The same with electrons. If electrons were rotating around the nucleus, they would sucked into the atom. Why is it like?

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