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Question: what particle or substance do you think represents you and why
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Asked by 4nn1q4 to Victoria, Rik, Mohamed, Chris, Alex on 16 Mar 2015.
answered on 16 Mar 2015:
This question has stumped me all weekend – thanks :-P.
I’ve not come up with a good answer. I’d like to say mercury – because it’s quick, bright, useful. But I’d just get laughed at.
Ice – because it melts under pressure?
Lead – it’s very heavy, quite dense?
What about you?
Ray commented on 16 Mar 2015:
Had a thought and considered the electron. Intricate part of the atom (the team) required to work as a team (the charge) always floating around the outside but helping to hold the team together. One of many but still important.
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Naomi commented on 20 Mar 2015:
ive been thinking about this. I think I am most like lithium for a few reasons: it fizzes in water and I too have a bubbly personality, it has a red flame and I too am passionate about engineering and finally it is soft and I too have a sensitive side [smiley]
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