Subject: Why can humans see through air and not solid objects?
Date: Sat Sep 19 11:32:36 1998
Posted by Kaiser
Grade level: 10-12
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Area of science: Physics
Solids and air are made of atoms, but what makes them so different
from each other to be able to see and walk through one and not the other?
Concidering that atoms are and estimated 95 % space, why can't we walk through
both types of substances?
Re: Why can humans see through air and not solid objects?
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