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Neutrinos are the lightest of the fundamental particles. Small as they may be, they are essential ingredients to the universe.
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Muons are similar to electrons, but with their larger mass their force is felt much more deeply.
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+Everything included in Electron Status
Thanks for making it to my Patreon page :) Hopefully it's not a mistake and you're here because you like my YouTube channel Up and Atom!
I make science videos about math, physics and computer science. I think a lot of people find these particular areas of science quite hard and unrelatable, so I try to make them easy and relatable! They are very important and cool, and I would hate for people to miss out on them just because they haven't been exposed in the right way :)
If you like the videos I make, Patreon is a great way to support their creation! By becoming a Patron, you can pledge as little as $2 or as much as $60 per month (see the different tiers to the right).
Every cent pledged goes right back into the channel to create more and better videos. Whether that be more hiring help so I can upload more often, buying props to better demonstrate concepts, or taking courses to learn more cool stuff to tell you guys!
I try to upload 2 videos per month, but occasionally skip a month here or there.
Thank you again for considering being an Up and Atom Patron.
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