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I have seen an atom.



 
 
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Old February 15th 19, 09:01 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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To see an object, you must have light with a wavelength much less than
the size of the object. An atom ? No way !
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Old February 15th 19, 11:16 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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On Friday, February 15, 2019 at 3:01:40 PM UTC-6, casagi... wrote:
To see an object, you must have light with a wavelength much less than
the size of the object. An atom ? No way !


Whenever you look at anything you are looking at individual atoms.
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Old February 16th 19, 12:26 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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On Saturday, February 16, 2019 at 4:53:04 AM UTC-6, Sylvain wrote:
Le 15/02/2019 √* 22:01, casagi a √©crit¬*:
To see an object, you must have light with a wavelength much less than
the size of the object. An atom ? No way !



Like stars, we don't see stars but their diffraction lights


I see stars all the time. Quit hitting me in the head!
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Old February 17th 19, 03:56 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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Whenever you look at anything you are looking at individual atoms.


You said "an atom" meaning one individual atom. When you see an object
composed of many atoms, you're certainly not seeing "an atom" .
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Old February 17th 19, 07:16 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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On Sunday, February 17, 2019 at 9:56:42 AM UTC-6, casagi... wrote:

Whenever you look at anything you are looking at individual atoms.


You said "an atom" meaning one individual atom. When you see an object
composed of many atoms, you're certainly not seeing "an atom" .



If you see water what do you think you are looking at? Many hydrogen and oxygen

atoms bonded together.
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Old February 17th 19, 10:46 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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But you said "an atom", implying that you could see an individual
atom, which is clearly absurd. What we see is the collective effect of
massive quantities of many atoms.
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Old February 18th 19, 10:19 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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Sorry to ruffle your feathers BUT, if you say something blatantly
stupid or inaccurate, then I may have to respond.
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Old February 19th 19, 01:45 AM posted to alt.astronomy
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On Monday, February 18, 2019 at 3:21:02 PM UTC-8, Mark Earnest wrote:
On Monday, February 18, 2019 at 4:19:31 PM UTC-6, casagi... wrote:


Sorry to ruffle your feathers BUT, if you say something blatantly
stupid or inaccurate, then I may have to respond.




Haven't you figured out yet that when you call someone stupid they are just going
to call you stupid back? That is pretty stupid not to know that.


He clearly said "IF" you say something stupid... didn't' he? Did you say something stupid?
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Old February 19th 19, 09:42 AM posted to alt.astronomy
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On Monday, February 18, 2019 at 7:45:40 PM UTC-6, palsing wrote:
On Monday, February 18, 2019 at 3:21:02 PM UTC-8, Mark Earnest wrote:
On Monday, February 18, 2019 at 4:19:31 PM UTC-6, casagi... wrote:


Sorry to ruffle your feathers BUT, if you say something blatantly
stupid or inaccurate, then I may have to respond.




Haven't you figured out yet that when you call someone stupid they are just going
to call you stupid back? That is pretty stupid not to know that.


He clearly said "IF" you say something stupid... didn't' he? Did you say something stupid?


Don't be stupid.
 




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