Discussion in 'Pseudoscience' started by victorespinoza, Jun 29, 2013.
I'm pretty sure that quarks are smaller.
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And what a quark is made. It must be of smaller particles.
Kittens. Smaller than cats.
Electrons don't appear to be made of smaller particles, why do you assume that quarks must be?
I think that there is a particle smaller than electrons and quarks. And it is the composition of the universe.
You didn't answer my question.
I think that the composition of the universe is a particle smaller than the electron and quarks.
That's not an answer to my question Victore. I asked you why you make the assumption that quarks must be made up of something smaller, not if you think that quarks are made up of something smaller.
Because the quarks is not the particle that makes up the universe.
So there can only be one fundamental building block? How do you know that there aren't two(not saying there are)?
I do not know of what you speak.
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