Size Is Relative, and This Statement, if True, Has Huge Meaning.
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Anyway, I do not think that there is such think as a smallest or largest possible size for an object. If you were the size of the planet Jupiter, and you lived in a star-sized world, if you discovered an amoeba you would deem it so small in comparison to you that it would have to be the smallest possible object, but in reality it wasn't. There's still atoms, and protons, and electrons, and neutrons, etcetera.
It is possible that there are entire universes so tiny that they are like a speck of dust inside of our universe, or it is possible that our universe is a speck of dust inside of someone else's universe. That universe, in turn, could be a speck inside someone else's universe, and it could go on Ad Infinitum.
I await your response, but first, make sure you understand everything I just said.
You mentioned a boat on water analogy. Indeed, a shrunken boat would not have the same effect on normal sized water as a normal sized boat would on normal sized water. However, what if the shrunken boat was moving on shrunken water? Let's just say you, who were normal sized, rode the normal sized boat on normal sized water at 30 mph. Then, you somehow shrunk yourself and rode in the shrunken boat on the shrunken water at 3 mph. From your perspective, both experiences would seem identical.
As what you were saying about atoms, there are units of matter smaller than protons, neutrons, and electrons. What if there were units of matter smaller still? What if these units of matter got so small that you had the building blocks for a universe where a galaxy was the size of an atom?
And also, you've forgotten to address the possibility of a universe where ours is the speck.
In conclusion, particles are one sized and cannot occur in larger or smaller forms, because of the way atoms behave in our universe I am confident to argue this. Also, it is my belief that if there were layers of universes the particles that make up each one would have to be present in every universe, and if the sizes were infinite so would be the size of the atoms. therefore I deem that theory impossible. I am in no way educated on this topic, this is purely my opinion and beliefs of how the universe works.
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