The perfection of the Electron …




I like perfection and the other day I learnt something new: The Electron is a perfect sphere; that's right, it's perfectly round.


And what, you may ask, does that have to do with the breast? Well, nothing and everything; I mean what's in it for us that the electron is perfect? Only as much as we realize there are billions and billions of electrons in my favorite bodypart (you didn't know that, did you? That breasts are my favorite? Well, now you do.) 


So, that means a breast is a billion times as perfect as an electron, o.k.?! Anyway, how perfectly round is the electron? Glad you asked: It's perfect to within one billionth of a billionth of a billionth of a centimetre. That means if the electron, which is the smallest particle in the universe - and which plays an essential role in many physical phenomena, such as electricity, magnetism, and thermal conductivity (just like breasts play an essential role in my life) - was blown up to the size of our solar system, an imperfection in it would be less than the thickness of a human hair ... that's how perfect it is. Read more.


O.k., back to the breast … perfect, isn't it?




































 

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