Scientists magnified the sand 300 times and saw a wonderful world

I believe many people have heard a Buddhist saying: one sand and one world, which means that there is a world inside every grain of sand. The famous science fiction “three bodies” also describes such a scene: the scientists of the three body alien civilization have made an amazing discovery after continuously decomposing a proton. It turns out that the internal structure of a small proton is as complex as the universe, and there are countless stars like matter moving regularly.

Many people are familiar with sand. One third of the land on the earth is desert, and there is sand everywhere. There is also a lot of sand on the seashore and other places. Whether it is building houses or other civil engineering, it is inseparable from sand. It can be said that sand is all over the world, which is related to our life.

Although we are surrounded by sand everywhere, few people think about how the inner world of sand is. We all know that our world is divided into the macro world and the micro world. The micro world in the macro material is often full of all kinds of divinity. At the same time, we can find the answer to many difficult scientific phenomena in the micro world. So what is the internal world of sand?

Not long ago, an American scientist, Gary green, used a high-precision microscope to magnify a grain of sand by 300 times. As a result, he found that the inside of the sand is a brand-new world, full of fantastic colors, which fascinates people. What is the world inside the sand? Why is it so attractive?

I believe many people know that the things that attract a lot of people in the world are often those shiny things, such as gold, diamonds, gemstones, etc., which attract people with their own unique colors, and the world inside the sand is a place full of glitter. We see a grain of sand through the naked eye, what you see is a gray, insignificant small stone.

But if you put the sand under the microscope and magnify it 300 times, an ordinary grain of sand will immediately become different. Under the microscope, the sand emits the strange light of gems. Each grain of sand is a bright crystal, and its beauty is more than gold, diamonds and gemstones. They show different colors, no grain of sand is exactly the same, each has its own characteristics and light.

Under the microscope, entering the inner world of sand is like entering a psychedelic glass maze, which makes us forget to return. So why is the internal structure of sand so colorful? In fact, this is mainly related to the formation of sand. I believe friends know that sand can’t be formed in a short time. Whether it’s sand by the sea or in the desert, it takes a long time for it to form, from tens of thousands of years to hundreds of millions of years.

In the process of the formation of sand, all kinds of materials condense in its interior. In the long years of change, the materials that originally entered the inner world of sand also began to change, thus forming a crystal clear inner world of sand. This kind of beauty can only be seen when the sand is placed hundreds of times, otherwise what we see is only a very ordinary sand in appearance.

The internal structure of sand formed in different places is also different. For example, the sand on the seashore is made of shells or corals, while the sand in the desert is made of weathered rocks. In fact, these beautiful crystals in the sand are made of different materials, including animal bones, various minerals, coral fragments and even the sky Meteorites, they are weathered and polished by the earth for tens of thousands of years.

The beauty of the earth’s sand may be related to the fact that the earth is a living planet. In the long time, many lives have formed fossils, and some have entered the interior of the sand, so the inner world of the sand can be so dazzling. Can the sand on the lifeless outer planet be as beautiful as the sand on the earth?

Scientists magnify the sand on the moon by 300 times through a microscope, but find that its inner world is totally different from the sand on the earth. It is no longer composed of colorful particles, but is composed of many Silver Black strange substances, and their shapes are very strange. What does this represent? It’s still a mystery.

By magnifying the sand on different planets and observing its inner world, can we help human beings to explore and find extraterrestrial life, and even understand the history of extraterrestrial planets? By comparing the sand on the moon with that on the earth, it is possible to draw such a conclusion that the sand formed on the living planet may have a dazzling inner world, while the sand on the inanimate and desolate planet may have a very gray and single inner world, no longer a bright world.

Now scientists have always suspected that Venus and Mars might have been beautiful living planets billions of years ago. If we can bring back the sand from Venus and Mars, and then magnify them hundreds of times to see if their inner world is brilliant, can we judge that life once appeared on this planet? This may also be a good research direction, looking forward to the exploration of future scientists.

With the sand, let’s talk about the mystery of the universe. In our eyes, the solar system is very big, the Milky way is very big, and the universe is even more incredible. But from the perspective of the universe, the Milky way is just a grain of sand. In this small particle, there are hundreds of billions of stars, countless planets, many living planets, and many intelligent lives like human beings.

If we stand outside of the universe, it is possible that our universe is also a grain of sand. This is not as good as the Buddhist saying: one sand, one world. It can be seen that many things in the world are similar in nature. Sand and the universe seem to be two complete concepts, but from different perspectives, they seem to have many similarities.

Some scientists have found that human cells are also a complex world. It is possible that every cell in our body is a small world. With the continuous progress of human science and technology, do we have the ability to explore the micro world in the future? If we can enter the micro world by means of science and technology, we may find that the inner part of the proton is a universe, and we can also see the vast universe in it. However, we know that what we enter is only the inner world of a proton. Is our universe also a small particle like proton?

It seems that the universe is vast and boundless, but it is possible that it is just a representation. The real universe may be smaller than we think, but the science and technology of human beings are still very backward, and the exploration in the micro field has just started.

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