[I didn't get a chance to flesh out this page.
The main thrust is to include enough quantitativeness and visualization info for "deep" understanding to be possible.]
If I tell you "the bug is small", you really don't know anything you didn't already know before. If instead I tell you "the bug is small (1mm)", you have learned a lot. You now know it can get through your window screens. That it can't jump higher than a meter. That thousands will fit in your hand.
Atomic bonding (is fundamentally a balance of
attraction (electrostatic) and repulsion (electron-compression).)
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Pre-first-draft state... obviously... top-down important first journalistic, not novelist layout quantitative and related props disconnected lump problem role of richness lumps dead foundation problem that you can work with include scale bars Suggestions on looking for
Fun quote: "African wild dogs are medium-sized carnivores (weighing ~25kg) that live in packs of 4-20 adults and their dependent young. They feed predominantly on ungulates weighing 15-100kg which they hunt and kill cooperatively. The members of a pack are normally nomadic within a large (~500km2) home range." (Nature 98 Jan 29 p497) Why Paragliders are Nuclear Powered History: 2003-Feb-03 Fixed 1 link. 1998.Apr.21 Added fun dog quote, nuclear gliders link. 1997.Aug.01 - Format upgrade, but out of time for content improvement.