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Rocks in a Jar

Rocks in a Jar



Howard Butt, Jr. of shares a story about the importance of priorities in our faith and work. TRANSCRIPT: A professor teaching on …

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  1. Callum Nesbitt

    Even when filled with water the jar is not full though. As we can deduce from Rutherford's alpha particle experiment, an atom is almost 90% empty space. So unless you've got a jar of electrons under that desk of yours you will never be able to fill the jar. Even then, if electrons are spherical as we all believe them to be then they do not tessellate so even then there will be gaps between them. So from this we can conclude that YOU CAN NEVER FILL THE JAR, NO MATTER HOW HARD YOU TRY!!!

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