About the design
on July 5, 2011
Atomic Structure of Magic
The atom of magic was discovered in 1985 by the Nobel prize winner and wizard "Sabini, The Great” with the help of advanced microscopes and a magic wand.
This atom consists in a central nucleus surrounded by a cloud of negatively charged abracadabratrons.
Some scientists think that if you stop believing in magic, the atom will enter into nuclear fission and disappear.
The atom of magic can be divided by putting it in a box and sawing it in half. Then you can reassemble it.