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If the world is composed, at least partially of, particles, what makes them so similar? Like the buttons produced from the same mould. Electrons are all the same? Do they change a little bit in shape or structure?

What i am trying to say is that the particles were produced as if by some standard production process to make them so similar. Is nature capable of such a process?

The structure or shape of a particle is the basic mechanism of particle formation, not what they contain, like a cup, what a cup contain has nothing to do with the shape of the cup, even though what a cup contain often appear along with the cup and makes them look different at appearance.

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