It's a warm summer night in Colorado. After a day of engorging yourself on brats and burgers, 'Merica style, you head out to hear the collective oohs and aahs of your local firework display. The show starts off slow with a mix of single shells shot off into the hazy air. First a green. Then a blue. Then a red. Finally, the finale comes. The colors dance across a black smoked canvas.
A question has creeped into your head. How do they make all of these different colors? What's responsible for what you're seeing? The answer lies in the quantum cloud buzzing around the small but incredibly dense center of an atom. This tiny particle isn't just responsible for different colored fireworks. It's a strange, oddly-behaved, nearly massless spec responsible for the construction of every single molecule that has ever existed or ever will. Dude.
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