posted on Oct, 5 2012 @ 07:40 PM
reply to post by swan001
Yeah it's like that, but there are some other cool things that science is not willing to explain.
You think that a rock or a crystal is dead? Guess again. It's alive and well although not to some people because it doesn't move. But it grows
slowly, so does that make it dead or inanimate?
As well, there are other kinds of crystals, such as a pure iron crystal. Been looking for a picture of it, but no luck, it's known by science as the
strongest substance known. The description is that due to it uniform and intelligent structure, a whisker of iron crystal has a tensile strength of
over 500,000 lbs/inch^2. The atoms need to be closer together in order to achieve this feat.
Carbon nanotubes can only go up to 11000-63000, and Graphene can only go up to 130000.
Really weird thing is, this is a war between science and nature. Whose going to win? I'm siding with nature because science uses bio-mimicry on some