Probably little blue balls.
Also, this reminded me of raisins. Probably because of Thomson's raisin cake model.
Like the ball of a Van der Graaf generator, with all the static coming off it. Hurtling around. Really small. Bouncing off things. Did you know there was a band called ‘Van der Graaf Generator’? No, neither did I.
a lil photon but... solidified. maybe. they are weird.
a wobbly wisp
A waste of RAM and CPU cycles.
8 min mark
Something like this, but pulsating: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/e7/Hydrogen_Density_Plots.png/560px-Hydrogen_Density_Plots.png
I imagine it moving super fast in a confined region and you see its “trail” as a cloud. But warning .. I’m not knowledgeable in chemistry. I’ve only taken one chem class in my entire life, 20 years ago.
A tiny bit of electricity
Kate drinking a margarita while riding a broom 🧹
When necessary I imagine them as tiny blue balls with a white minus sign on their belly. As soon as spin features are required they lose all this charm and just are faceless bitches. I never could imagine them being hit by an arrow that is stuck and the tip is out and the feather is south. Never.
little red balls with a minus sign on them like the science books say 🤡
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