- David Gorniak
- Edinburgh, Scotland
- United Kingdom
Bar Tender/ Night Porter/ Aspiring Writer/ Part time philosopher,
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Is the world on the atomic scale as small as the universe is big?
We can not imagine how big the universe, only creating more and more powerful telescopes to probe further into the distance but never into the boundary.If then it is so easy to imagine that the universe is so unimaginably big then could we not imagine the world of atoms to be unimaginably small. An infinite space of secrets and discoveries?