An adventure is an exciting or unusual experience. It may also be a bold, usually risky undertaking, with an uncertain outcome.
To me, science is 80% patience, and 20% dissecting.
Rule of energy, it can neither be created nor destroyed.
But the how did all this come to be in the first place?
It's not like matter just suddenly explodes into existence, that would be like the most retarded thing Ive ever heard. Can't get something from nothing.
Unless, there was something that broke the very rules of time and space itself.
Which would be the source of that matter's origin. A powerhouse of limitless potential.
But that's just a theory of mine.
"It's disconcerting when what you've seen doesn't quite turn out the way it's supposed to." Moddb.com
This informative article may clarify some seemingly peculiar things - Livescience.com
"Even nothing acts strange at the smallest levels. The vacuum is presumably not really empty, but instead filled with "virtual" particles that constantly blink in and out of existence.
This virtual reality follows from a quantum rule that says probable events influence real outcomes. More specifically, it is possible (though highly unlikely) for particles and anti-particles to pop out of nowhere and then quickly annihilate. Nobody ever sees this happen, but the sum of all this quantum probability is a real energy."
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