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Fantastic trip.pps

  1. 1. POWER OF 10 M ZOO FROM MICRO TO MACROCOSMOS.
  2. 2. This is a trip at high speed, jumping distances by factor of 10. Start with 100 equivalent to 1 meter, and increasing sizes by factor of 10s ,or 101 (10 meters), 102 (10x10 = 100 meters, 103(10x10x10 = 1.000 meters), 104 (10x10x10x10 = 10.000 meters), so on, until the limit of our inmagination in direction to the macrocosmos. Later let’s return, a little faster, up to the point where we started and continue our trip in the opposite direction reducing distances of travel by factors of 10 into the microcosmos.Observe the constancy of the laws of the universe and think about how much the human race still needs to learn...
  3. 3. BON VOYAGE!
  4. 4. 0101 meterDistanceto a bunch ofleaves,in the garden
  5. 5. 1 1010 metersStart our tripupwards ....We could seethe foliage.
  6. 6. 2 10100 metersAt this distancewe can see thelimits of theforest and theedifications
  7. 7. 3 10 1 kmWe will passfrom meters tokilometers..Now it ispossible tojump with aparachute ...
  8. 8. 4 10 10 kmThe city couldbe observedbut we reallycan not see thehouses
  9. 9. 5 10 100 kmAt this height,the state ofFlórida - USA,can be seen..
  10. 10. 6 10 1.000 kmTypical sightfrom a satellite
  11. 11. 7 10 10.000 kmThe northhemisphere ofEarth, and part ofSouth America
  12. 12. 8 10 100.000 kmThe Earthstartslookingsmall...
  13. 13. 9 101 millón de kmThe Earth andthe Moon’sórbit inwhite....
  14. 14. 10 1010 Millons de kmPart of theEarth’s Orbitin blue
  15. 15. 11 10 100 millons de kmÓrbits of:Venus andEarth...
  16. 16. 12 10 1 billón de kmÓrbits of:Mercury,Venus, Earth,Mars andJúpiter.
  17. 17. 13 1010 billons de kmAt this heightof our trip, wecouldobserve theSolar Systemand the orbitsof the planets
  18. 18. 14 10 100 Billons de kmThe SolarSystem startslooking small...
  19. 19. 15 101 trillón de kmThe Sun now is asmall star in themiddle ofthousands ofstars...
  20. 20. 16 10 1 light-yearAt one light-yearthe little Sun staris very small
  21. 21. 17 1010 light-yearHere we will seenothing in theinfinity....
  22. 22. 18 10100 light-years“Nothing”Only stars andNebulae...
  23. 23. 19 101,000 light-yearsAt this distancewe startedtravelling theVia-Láctea(Milky Way), ourgalaxy.
  24. 24. 20 1010,000 light-yearsWe continuedour travel insidethe Via-Láctea.
  25. 25. 21 10 100,000 light-yearsWe startedreaching theperiphery ofthe Via-Láctea
  26. 26. 22 10 1 millión light-yearsAt thistremendousdistance wecould see all theVia-Láctea &other galáxiestoo...
  27. 27. 23 10 - 10 million light-yearsFrom this distance, all the galaxieslook small with inmense emptyspaces in between.The same laws are ruling in allbodies of the Universe.We could continue travelingupwards with our imagination, butnow we will return home quickly
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  46. 46. 10 4Questions that come toour minds ...Who are we?Where are we going?From where did wecome from?
  47. 47. 10 3Or... What do werepresent in theUniverse?
  48. 48. 10 2In this trip“upwards” we wentto the power of 23 of10
  49. 49. 10 1Now we are going todig inside of thematter in an inversetrip...
  50. 50. 10 0We arrived at our startingpoint.We could reach it with ourarms...
  51. 51. -1 1010 CentímetersGetting closerat 10 cm ...Wecan delineatethe leaves.
  52. 52. -2 101 CentímeterAt this distanceit is possible toobserve thestructureof the leaf.
  53. 53. -3101 Millímeter The cellular structures start showing...
  54. 54. -4 10100 micronsThe cellscan bedefined.You couldsee theunionbetweenthem.
  55. 55. -51010 micronsStart our tripinside thecell...
  56. 56. -6 10 1 micrónThe nucleusof the cell isvisible.
  57. 57. -710 1.000AngstromsAgain we changedthe messuring unitto adapt to theminúscule size.You could see thechromosomes.
  58. 58. -8 10100 AngstromsIn this microuniverse theDNA chain isvisible.
  59. 59. -9 1010 Angstroms...thechromosómesblocks can bestudied.
  60. 60. -10101 Angstrom It appears like clouds of electrons... These are carbon átoms that formed our world. You could notice the resemblance of the microcosmos with the macrocosmos...
  61. 61. -111010 picómeters In this miniature world we could observe the electrons orbiting the atoms.
  62. 62. -12101 PicómeterAn inmense empty spacebetween the nucleous andthe electron orbits...
  63. 63. -13 10100 FentómetersAt this incredible andminuscule size we couldobserve the nuceous ofthe atom.
  64. 64. -14 1010 FentómetersNow we couldobserve thenucleous of thecarbon atom
  65. 65. -15101 FentómeterHere we are in the fieldof the scientificimagination, face toface with a proton.
  66. 66. -1610100 AtómetersExamine the ‘quark’partículesThere is nowheremore to go...At the limits ofcurrent scientificknowledge .This is the limit ofmatter...
  67. 67. And now ...Are you the center of the universe?Are you the special creature of the Creatión?What is behind those limits? Are there any limits?Note that going “downwards” we could only go to thepower of minus 16ªof 10 and reached the (known?) limits ofmatter... But upwards we went to the power of 23ª of 10 andstopped... But really we could have continued our trip without limits to our imagination!!!!... then?...who says that we are alone in the universe?
  68. 68. END !

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