You Are Here

Through my first degree of Science, I learned how science really is artistic and abstract. Everyone knows how 1 does not equal to 1. Similarly, equations and laws are fluid, and are established with complex relationships that we do not yet to understand. When we plot a data point, it's ever exactly a point, it's rather a mean of points. No atoms are solid, they are always fluxing and moving that if we are capable of seeing microscopically it would look rather different from the 3D models.

There is an art to taking the definitive science and looking deeper. If I am to be told "you are here" on a diagram, am I really there? When does the diagram start to morph?