Atoms, did you know

Atoms are so small that there are more than 10 billion trillion of them in each breath you exhale. This is more than the number of breaths in Earth's atmosphere. Within a few years, the atoms of your breath are uniformly mixed throughout the atmosphere. What this means is that anyone anywhere on Earth inhaling a breath of air takes in numerous atoms that were once a part of you. And of course, the reverse is true: you inhale atoms that were once part of everyone who has ever lives. So this means we are literally breathing one another. Chem class is actually thoughtful. If you think about this, its really craze. I wonder if I was once breathing in atoms of japanese girls breaths.

3 comments:

The_Ghi said...

Yeash.

Anonymous said...

did you know methane, produced by digestion goes into the atmosphere as well? also, feces contains methane as well? oh we've got some 2girls1cup shit going on hurrrrrrrrr.

iPfreely said...

lol @ the final thought.