posted on Sep, 19 2014 @ 02:01 AM
So I was watching Neil deGrasse Tyson's version of Cosmos on Netflix earlier, when I got on to the second episode, and where he was talking about DNA
and such. It when he got to the line of saying, "There is as many atoms in a single molecule of DNA, as there is stars in a typical galaxy."
Now I've heard of puns about the whole universe being in the anus of a Godlike consuming ameoba, that would probably destroy the universe. I did
recall this one study, about a slice of a mouses brain cell, looked very much like a computer simulation of a galaxy super cluster.
Where one so small, the naked eye couldn't see it, where one is so large, well, I guess your seeing it all the time then when you look up in the
Neil also talked a bit about galaxy super structures, saying that they are pretty much the next plateau that we would have to break to be able draw,
or jot down the universe down on a piece of paper. Where he believed it to be much more like a giant bubble, that apart of this bubble system, that
ended up going into a stream of water...Or bubbles....
Also, the study of how calculus( Im not a calculator) relates to the study of change, and how it would study a seashell that would resemble a spiral
disc galaxy, or even a fetus?
Really not looking for a I.Q test here. Thoughts?