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Mind over a Matter of Fact

I Am Higgs Boson with Atom and 5 electrical component schematic symbols

Stop looking...I'm right here!


That's right I Am Higgs Boson

Step inside the Large Hadron Collider (360 video) - BBC News (youtube)


What are the 5 electrical component schematic symbols?

The 'i' in 'I Am' is the alternate Symbol for a General Antenna

The Symbol on the Right of the Carbon Atom is the Symbol for Manual Control

 The Symbol on the Left of the Atom is the Symbol for a 4 input  Logic Gate

  On the Lower Left is the Symbol for a Flexible Waveguide

 On the Lower Right is the Symbol for a Rectifier Semiconductor

And the Black Shirt Symbolizes Dark Matter

On the back of the shirt is a Neutrino, of course you can't see it, but it is there.
  Neutrino, Measuring the unexpected (vimeo)

I would love to tell you what the shirt means but I wouldn't want to ruin your joy of discovery.


Why a Carbon Atom?
A member of group 14 on the periodic table, (Symbol C and atomic number 6) it is nonmetallic and tetravalent. A carbon
Atom contains 6 Protons, 6 Neutrons, and 6 Electrons, 2 electrons in the first energy level and 4 electrons in the second. This means that carbon can fill its outer energy level by forming 4 single covalent bonds with other atoms. Essentially, an astronomically large number of compounds can be formed because of the simple rules of covalent bonding between carbon and other elements. Carbon is outstanding among all of the Elements on earth because of its ability to form large molecules by forming covalent bonds with other carbon atoms, by forming covalent bonds with oxygen, nitrogen, phosphorus, and sulfur and by forming chains of unlimited length by bonding with other carbon atoms (these may be single, double, or triple covalent bonds) or by forming rings (chains of carbon atoms closed on themselves). Carbon is one of the least abundant elements in the Earth's crust, but the fourth most abundant element in the universe by mass after hydrogen, helium, and oxygen. It is present in all known life forms, and in the human body carbon is the second most abundant element by mass (about 18.5%) after oxygen. This abundance, together with the unique diversity of organic compounds and their unusual polymer-forming ability at the temperatures commonly encountered on Earth, make this element the chemical basis of all Known Life.

What's the difference between Negative Energy and Dark Energy?

Chameleon Particle  Unparticle  Neutralino  Supersymmetry  Fermion  Graviton  Photino  Gluino

Science Websites          Science Documentaries        Science News


What ever Reality is, it's Freaking Brilliant!



Does it Matter T-Shirt with AtomDoes it Matter? Atom T-Shirt
'Does it Matter' is what Antimatter says to Matter when they meet.



If we look so small will we eventually see Nothing? And when we see nothing will we be certain that nothing is there? Because how can we be absolutely sure that we even have the capabilities and the technology to even see what is there or to see what is not there?   Emptiness and Voids

Just because we can't see something doesn't mean that nothing is there.   Democritus

All we can do is look. Whether we are looking out into deep space or zooming into a single atom. We canít see far enough in either direction in order to come to any conclusion on exactly how or what is actually happening. We are in the middle and somewhere in between. Why? Well why not? Does it Matter?   Means to an End     Infinity    Philosophy

Stars are born everyday and stars die everyday, so do planets. And space is still expanding.
Is space a self-sustaining Continuum? (continuum: A continuous non-spatial whole or extent or succession in which no part or portion is distinct or distinguishable from adjacent parts)
Is space creating space or is space just filling something larger then itself?
Then what's on the other side?
    Everything and Nothing with Jim Al-Khalili  BBC (youtube)

What came first, the cell or the being who created the cell?

Are we at the final stage of a cells life? Or are we here just to see how it ends? Or is this just part of a cycle? Is space a self-sustaining eco-system similar to the ones that we have here on earth?
Are we part of this self-sustaining eco-system or are we just witnesses? We know that we can only see so much, so we canít even be sure if this is the beginning or if this is the end? Does it Matter?

Math can explain a lot of things, as long as someone is there to explain what this particular math means and how it weighs against other
Information.   Mathematics


What Matters T-Shirt with Atom

For the Ladies a 'What Matters' T-Shirt with Atom
Show them What Matters. Be a Brain Teaser Instead.




I Matter Atom T-shirt


We Matter Atom T-shirt


It Matters Atom T-shirt

if it's matter, then it matters




"Stick to what you know and make sure that what you know is always progressing"



Basic Knowledge 101



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