• Despite there being, on the average, 7,000 trillion-trillion of them

  • making up our head, feet, and everything between,

  • their nuclei of gluons, quarks, and antiquarks are all so small and distant

  • from their orbiting electron particles

  • that each of them—and therefore each of us—is more than

  • 99.9999999 percent just empty space, what’s left

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