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  1. If it is absolutely hypothetical (well, it is disgusting for me to imagine myself as an atom, but as a Galaxy-this is daaa!.. but what can I do?))… So what am I talking about? )

    So, the atom will go mad immediately from loneliness. Since it “lives” practically in the void.

    Let's go further. We'll probably skip the person, since I and everyone who reads Q clearly represent their worldview. You, I hope, are also not an atom ))

    The planets are already more lonely than we are. And the worst part is that they can't fit together in a sort of Planetomuravill, because they once got kicked in the ass, and now they fly endlessly in circles, meeting once a month with their neighbors.

    Stars are the same atoms, but slightly larger. The worldview is the same, but the conceit is like that of the Caliph of Baghdad.

    I can't say anything about galaxies and black holes. The dimensions of the former, even my sick imagination refuses to imagine. And the second ones are themselves the fruit of a sick imagination and sometimes a visual hallucination.

  2. The atom is like a spirit, but it is not controlled by man at all. Black holes are not clear to me. Something is happening in the universe according to its own laws. We learned about black holes relatively recently. And how many universal secrets we do not know. We don't even know the human brain completely.

  3. This is a hypothetical question, so let's imagine that the consciousness of all these objects exists. A non-standard approach can give a new perspective on the processes that occur in the universe.

  4. Okay, I think I understand what you mean. If we were the size of an atom , how would we perceive the world? Indefinite. For such small objects, quantum effects begin to be noticeable. That is, it is such a continuous chaos, where nothing can be predicted in advance. From which side the neighboring atom will kick you and in which direction you will fly. It is unlikely that you will even have any complete sense of space. Vision will be impossible, because the atom interacts only with individual photons, such random flashes, if you will. Touch – also through random pokes and kicks from all sides.

    For a planet / star/galaxy, everything is boring. You hang yourself in the void, you're attracted to something, you spin there for billions of years and that's it.

    For a black hole, of course, things are a bit more strange. There is a myth that when you fall into a black hole, you can see the entire future history of the universe in fast-forward, to the very end, whatever it may be. In fact, this is not entirely true. You can “fast forward” time if you “hover” next to the hole without falling into it. But to do this, you will have to turn on your engine at full power. And in fact, the black hole has nothing to do with it at all. If you just turn on the engine at full speed and accelerate with all the dope in empty space without any holes-you will also fly into the future. What the hole (singularity) itself sees and at what speed is not very clear. It depends on which limit to take. Either the perception of time for her will be like for you and me, or there is no time at all for her. That is, according to the hole's clock, it is born and dies at the same time, like, say, a photon. I don't think that in the context of the singularity, this question makes sense at all, because relativity theory breaks down in general.

  5. Em… in the dimensions of “atom, planet, star, galaxy” there is no perception of the world due to the lack of consciousness of such scales.
    Well, the worldview of the “human” dimension is familiar to you from personal experience 🙂

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