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Re: Re: Re: Re: Ah, Turning The Tides, Are We? :)

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Posted by Mario Dovalina on January 26, 2001 01:32:55 UTC

Okay, that's true. But at LEAST they can be measured. They must exist there if they can be measured. What do you think's powering your computer as you read this? An electromagnetic field. The field cannot be seen, but it can be proven that it exists.

P.S. an electron is invisible and always will be. It is smaller than the wavelength of light, so it doesn't look like anything.

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