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What is Nothing?

What is Nothing?

Is it empty space?

Is it the number ZERO?

Is it when you just sit and be quiet?

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NOW

NOW

PUT YOUR HEAD DOWN AND DO NOTHING

CmonTry really hard

be very stillcan you do it?

Slide 3

Is it possible to

Is it possible to

DO NOTHING?

Is your brain still working?

Is your heart still beating?

Slide 4

Arent you thinking

Arent you thinking

ABOUT

SOMETHING

Slide 5

But, how do you get something

But, how do you get something

FROM

NOTHING?

Slide 6

Ex nihilo

Ex nihilo

This is a Latin word; it means:

OUT OF NOTHING

Slide 7

Think about making something

Think about making something

OUT OF NOTHING

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IMPOSSIBLE YOU SAY??

IMPOSSIBLE YOU SAY??

MAYBE NOT

Slide 9

Lets take a look at the atom

Lets take a look at the atom

Slide 10

Atoms are made of teeny tiny particles called protons, neutrons, and electrons. The green and orange dots in the in the middle are called the nucleus of the atom.

Atoms are made of teeny tiny particles called protons, neutrons, and electrons. The green and orange dots in the in the middle are called the nucleus of the atom.

The electrons spin (really fast) around the nucleus.

Everything in the whole Universe

(planets, stars, people, animals, plants) is made of Atoms. EVERYTHING!!

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But this picture is not exactly how real atoms appear. We can imagine the atom a lot bigger to get an idea of what it actually looks like.

But this picture is not exactly how real atoms appear. We can imagine the atom a lot bigger to get an idea of what it actually looks like.

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If the protons and neutrons were as wide as the tip of your finger, and the electrons were the diameter of one human hair Then the whole atom would be wider than the length of fifteen football fields! (no wayYES WAY!!)

If the protons and neutrons were as wide as the tip of your finger, and the electrons were the diameter of one human hair Then the whole atom would be wider than the length of fifteen football fields! (no wayYES WAY!!)

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SO WHATDOES THIS MEAN?

SO WHATDOES THIS MEAN?

(DO YOU REALLY WANT TO KNOW?)

THIS WILL FREAK

YOU OUT

(I PROMISE)

Slide 14

ARE YOU READY?

ARE YOU READY?

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