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In fifth grade we are taught that the world and our bodies are made of atoms. We are taught that atoms have electrons in their outer shells and protons and neutrons in the center. We are taught that electrons never touch each other for they repel as they approach each other. Thus no atom touches any other atom. No molecule touches any other molecule. You cannot touch the chair you are sitting on. We are held together by electro-magnetic-static-quantic fields and it is easier to say we are held together by energetic fields. Our bodies are 0.000000000000000001% matter and .99999999999999999999% energetic fields. What we are is a very complex set of energetic fields.
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