Atoms Within the Human Body, the Elemental Composition of the Body, the Size of an Atom, the Possibility of Gravity Being a Stronger Fundamental Force, and the Theory of Coiled Time Within the Universe

The average human body contains individual atoms 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 (1 octillion or 7 billion billion billion) or 7 10^27 individual atoms, which equates to more stars than there are in the entire universe. Of these atoms, approximately 66% are hydrogen, approximately 25% are oxygen, and approximately 10% are carbon, which equate for 99% of everything which makes up the human body. These numbers vary slightly 66% + 25% + 10% = 101% which is physically impossible. If a single a...

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