this is going to be confusing as heck to those who don't know much on philosophy or astronomy or chemistry for that matter....
lets say our solar system is an element.
what if the sun was a nucleus.. right? Full of protons and neutrons..
and the planets circling around it, including us, are the electrons?
and since valence electron chart.. to be a full element and a pure element, it must have 8 valence electron slots filled.
But then there's pluto. That little guy waaaay out there. He steps into the next valence electron level. Thats as far as we can see...
The electron configurations for those...
If these count as full arrowed electrons in the sub levels (mind you, called orbitals)
then it would be a complete atom, which would make our solar system a noble gas, elements that can't bond with other elements.
BUT WE HAVE PLUTO.
What if pluto went to the next electron configuration stage?
That could be an extra electron.
Thats as far as we've seen from our solar system planets.
if we have an extra electron, we can bond with other elements.
What if we're all just another tiny tiny electron configuration of an element?
What if the Milky Way galaxy is just an ultra-compound?
comprised of many elements?
Could our solar systems be connected by "electrons"(planets), and electrons despite sharing their electrons, like to keep their distance from each other, and thats why we're so far away from other planets, and why our solar systems is so far from other solar systems.
What if pluto, or a distant planet we cannot see, is being shared somewhere between two solar systems such as ours?
We could be connected to all the solar systems and thats how we all come together in galaxies.
maybe suns blow up from combustion pressure, which could symbolize radioactivity.
Would that mean that a sun blowing up could possibly cause a chain reaction of other solar systems blowing up?
Or maybe the vastness of space doesn't reach that far with fire, because fire needs to oxygen to survive, and that is what space is lacking.
Space is the anti-matter as well. Its just space. No up or down.
and maybe even inside planets, like Earth, which has a lava core, maybe the cores of planets are tiny nucleus too?
electrons could possibly have their own little nucleus?
and the moons of the planets could be electrons too! planets, whom could be electrons, HAVE THEIR OWN ELECTRONS AS WELL?
the gravitational pull toward the sun and other planets is the "force" as they say, keeping the elements together.
Radioactivity happens when that force releases from tension and splits into many different elements, something that goes against odds but happens anyway.
what are blackholes then?
is there something in nature that we can compare that to?
There is definitely more life out there.
isn't everything just... matter?
The tiniest little atoms in the microcosm... and maybe we're a microcosm of atoms too and we don't know it!
and even the macrocosm of space there is nothing but this pattern of elements.
If you really look into science, anything is possible. Almost anything. It just comes in ways that are beyond our abilities at the moment (for it takes time, work and brains) and it may not always come in the way we want it to.
but space is expanding.. the universe is expanding. But if there is one, there is always more.
There could be poly-verses out there! There could be someone just like you, in a different universe, unreachable, but existent within their plane of life. Its kinda like how we are and are knowledgeable toward ocean life in darkest and lowest depths in the ocean, which we hardly know anything about, nor can we go down there without risk or light.
it may seem unreal, but it can be very much indeed real.
there are just kinks we need to work at or things we haven't discovered yet.
things may die or decay, but they always go somewhere. They break down into tiny elements and atoms.
So technically, things never die. There is no death. Its only a concept of where the original body is not what it used to be. Things just break apart and become something else.
Energy is the issue. Energy comes in many forms, and its easy to use up quickly.
Life is just one big element, we're all elements.
We build connections, we refuse things we dislike, we accept those we love...
things that may seem unnatural like homosexuality or mutations in genetics... those all occur in nature if you really look into it.
everyone always complains about laws of society, or laws of physics, but there are places where there are no laws or rules of gravity. Like in space.
On Earth, you don't have to abide by the rules of society or government. You can do whatever you want, but if its something against the rules, you'll come at the risk of being punished.
On Earth there are the laws of physics, but there are many ways to deny physics with tricks.
You want to fly? Know what its like in space? Go underwater or fly a place and free-fall/drop certain altitudes per minute as you float up with no seatbelt.
and there are no gravitational laws in space.
There really are no rules holding you back.
The big question is always: Why and How?
have you ever asked yourself why you draw something or create something?
Because it makes you happy? Because you enjoy it? Yet there is no point in creating anything at all.
Maybe that big force out there that started the creation of life just wanted to create this place because it made them happy? It expressed their emotion? Because it enjoyed creating these things?
Who is to argue with something that makes something or someone happy?