Life, as a particle.
(#2LAAD): The Series of Life.
Taking a moment on a Wednesday, to sit down, and be amazed. With the things done well, round the world, that i am lucky to know about. (In that very specific order.)
When we think of Life Pathing, or the path that we create in ourselves to keep our direction towards the path we were set on - by parents, guidance counselors, or even the teachers/ mentors/ and people of account on the way to extreme adulting, in adulthood.
Amazed by the following rockets of progress.
1/ Very compelling reason that there are massive planets that are in different circadian / cycle to all the rest around the planets - and the direction and pace to it’s orbit, raised eyebrows with the scientific community. There’s more confirmations needed probably, but it’s size is three times that of Earth, in terms of mass and days of cycle/ orbit (20,000 days).
The science community at Caltech - the ones interviewed for the Newsweek article i happened upon, who are the team responsible for their One Year experiment - are terribly excited that there’s a path and are urging everyone to actually collect themselves and their avid telescopes, to find this planet. And to further their studies. As in the tradition of research and hard sciences, are actually founded upon.
(Exoplanet NGTS-4b, also known as ‘The Forbidden Planet.’
UNIVERSITY OF WARWICK/MARK GARLICK)
“This planet must be tough—it is right in the zone where we expected Neptune-sized planets could not survive,” Richard West, author of the study from the Astronomy and Astrophysics Group at the University of Warwick in the U.K., said in a statement. They used all their viewing for a year with the aid of Keck, and Subaru telescopes.
2/ As a particle, LIFE becomes more pin-pointed, on path.
And as an article of planning, execution, with disclosure, and then tracking as an after-thought, we collaborate with tools that help us track either more accurately, or at least to a degree to which we need the information digested - infographic, is useful to people who use it as a teaching mechanic, or a key point presentation when you need it quickly compressed into something that someone who needs a formal degree of paper shown to.
Albums, are handy as well - and sometimes - are the most palatable to the creative / or just alternatively un-eased by the amount of words that it takes to compress information today.
So, tiny minuscule compressed vehicles are helped with super-uber-quick processing of tiny chips on computers on places that we can put thought-into-paper so you can read it.
Now, you can read it. :)
3/ So, in quantum speeds, the particles occur in either fields of denser molecular weights, or some plasmic granularly sized bigger just to provide a healthy comparison. Or like, in photography, how you put backdrops on things, to not drown them out. And similarly, these aid our eyesights more than they do our actual sighting of the actual composite emergence of particles that are too small for our physical / "visual” eye to behold.
Particles are a result of aeons of probing into tiny space, and probably collapsed into grids, and meshed with other scientists’ research and developing new tools that could make what the previous generations couldn’t, and that are emancipated into giant invisible space, or that place where the big planets and ecosystems thrive in.
And then we can make proper theories about what came first: the particle in space, or the article of disclosures that made them known to us, as avid, and very patient (that orbit took 20,000 years - and the study was for over a year) observers?