What were I Trying to Find Out?
We lived on this planet for millions of years viewing the amazing world with our own eyes. With this kind of view and experience, human economy grew really fast. But, have you ever wondered what kind of things that we can't still see? Our human eyes can only see a little tiny part from what's there in the entire universe. Some of those things might be around you as you learn, cook or even drive. In this unit, we tried to answer some of those curiosities by watching the documentary below. From this, we have learned what's still out there far more to be discovered.
What did I Discover?
I have discovered that there are many things which are too fast, too slow, too small, and too big to see, but as technology improves over time, we would be able to discover the truths about these mysteries and keep on asking these questions of how did the world form. For example, depending on scientists, they say that one hydrogen atom created the universe by forming relevant things which have various features like invisibility.
What Surprised me?
What surprised me was that the universe was formed with only several hydrogen atoms because these atoms have mysterious power to create this amazing world of human civilizations, the beautiful environment and even the multiverse. For example, when you separate uranium neutrons and protons apart, it will create a huge energy to destroy everything that is left in Earth.
What were you Good at?
I think I was good at understanding the difference between the things that we can see and what we can't because I kept on my asking myself how is this too fast, too slow, too small and too big to see using the knowledge I already knew about these things. For example, as I saw ultraviolet in this video, I kept on asking myself how can't we see ultraviolet and as I already knew ultraviolet is a light ray, I guessed that it was a fast moving matter and I was correct.
What do I need to Practice?
I think I need to practice documenting new things I learned from a video, image and etc.. because if you don't record your learning, after having a good experience, you will forget about the new things that you learned which can be used to improve yourself. For example, when I didn't document my learning properly in my math book, I forgot about how can we treat cancer in the future using the technology of something to small to see which means I need to solve my curiosity again.
What do I want to know now?
Now, I want to know what is the smallest particle on Earth because since you never know what is the end of space, I wonder if there is a limit to how much small particles are. For example, around year 1900, scientists have discovered that there was something far smaller than atoms which are electrons, nucleus, protons, and neutrons.