Interview with a rebel electron

We've landed an interview with a rogue electron and these are the amazing answers he's given us:

  • Hello, how are you?
  • Good, looking for someone to hang out with
  • Looking for your partner?
  • No, no, since prehistory electrons have lived in promiscuity.
  • was its prehistory promiscuous?
  • Of course. The ancient electrons lived in groups of about 150 and all were related to each other. But don't think they were relationships with strangers, they knew each other very well and shared everything.
  • were they hippie electrons?
  • Well, something like that. 95% of our time on Earth since we are electrons we have been nomads, in small groups with a lot of promiscuity and without control of resources by anyone. And the neutron's status was high because it had direct access to food, knew how to shield itself from magnetic fields, and deal with field distortions.
  • But it was the electrons that caused the magnetic fields
  • Magnetic fields weren't the basics.
  • Well, it wasn't what they told me
  • We have been told that the creation of magnetic fields was a step forward but it was a catastrophe
  • 10,000 years ago
  • But from our historical knowledge we know that magnetic fields have corseted us.
  • I believed that in the prehistory of matter, electrons were lost.
  • False, we were free and more beautiful than now.
  • do you think that magnetic fields converted protons as a property of electrons?
  • As a consequence of this confinement, the nucleus was born and the relationships of the protons began to be controlled.
  • were prehistoric protons free?
  • Of course. They were not corseted in the nucleus but they made their life.
  • So monogamy wasn't in your relationships?
  • And going against our nature makes us suffer. It's not that I'm making an apology for us to return to the old chaos but that we do know where we come from.
  • What do the physicists say?
  • That we ourselves create the magnetic fields that confine us. But that's not understanding the relationships between electrons and protons.
  • Let's see, who makes the most noise in their meetings?
  • Of course, the protons
  • the protons?
  • Of course, because they seek to attract more electrons around them. It's like a calling like when lionesses have sex with lions. Who screams more? The lionesses.
  • does that mean protons have more energy than electrons?
  • It only makes sense if you look back and find that a proton in prehistory had the electrons she wanted. Electrons are always ready to interact, protons have a harder time starting but once it starts, there aren't enough electrons to satisfy it.
  • We haven't talked about neutrons, what do they paint in this story?
  • They don't paint anything. They are payoffs.
  • Are you sure of everything you are telling?
  • No... can't you hear that?
  • what?
  • It is the call of a proton in heat
  • I don't hear anything
  • I have to go!
  • We're not done Mr. Electron
  • Goodbye! Nature calls me!


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