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Is it possible to make a shrink ray in real life?

Is it possible to make a shrink ray in real life?

Now chemists at The University of Texas at Austin have developed a real shrink ray that can change the size and shape of a block of gel-like material while human or bacterial cells grow on it.

Is Shrinking a person possible?

In fact, we can begin shrinking as early as our 30s, according to some research. Men can gradually lose an inch between the ages of 30 to 70, and women can lose about two inches. After the age of 80, it’s possible for both men and women to lose another inch.

Is it possible to shrink atoms?

Technically, atoms don’t shrink; the distance between the protons and neutrons in the nucleus and the orbiting electrons are fixed. But you could “substitute heavier, negatively charged elementary particles, such as muons, in place of electrons,” says Michalakis. “Such atoms have much smaller size.”

Can scientists shrink things?

This month, MIT researchers announced they invented a way to shrink objects to nanoscale – smaller than what you can see with a microscope – using a laser. That means they can take any simple structure and reduce it to one 1,000th of its original size.

What is the opposite of a shrink ray?

User Info: halfofastaple. The oposite of shrink ray is the one object 5th cell actually tested and removed because it caused “bugs in their engine”… -_-… It was called a Growth Ray or a Growth Magic.

Could PYm particles exist?

Well, first of all PYm is not a real particle. No way. There are subatomic particles called Pions, which actually exist and is part of the list of the particles that could be detected .

What would happen if you kept shrinking?

Your new, smaller size will affect almost every aspect of your biology. For example, if you shrunk be approximately 2.5 cm (1 in) tall, the surface area of your body, through which you lose heat, would decrease about 5,000 times. The way you extract oxygen from the air is dependent on the surface area of your lungs.

What if people could shrink?

Your much smaller atoms and tighter chemical bonds will no longer be able to bond with normal atoms. Oxygen will no longer be small enough to diffuse through the walls of your lungs to reach your blood! Even if it could, it would not properly bond with such tiny atoms and respiration would be impossible.

What is the opposite of being humble?

Opposite of having or showing a modest or low estimate of one’s importance. pompous. arrogant. conceited. proud.

What is opposite shrink?

shrinknoun. Antonyms: stretch, enlarge, grow, expand.

Can we shrink infinitely?

This is already out of the range of physics. At some point the atoms that make up your dead body would reach the Planck Length, the smallest possible size we think is allowed in the universe. Presumably you cannot shrink past this point.

Can you breathe if shrunk?

Making it tiny would affect how you breathe. Your lungs wouldn’t be able to take in the amount of oxygen that you’d need to breathe at such a small scale. You’d have trouble breathing for a couple of minutes and then probably die. Because if you don’t, you might freeze to death.