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Particle-Wave Duality

Tesla Tank added 2 years ago

Light is something we found to behave like a wave, and actually contains particles of excited electrons. These electromagnetic radiations are what produce all light in our visible spectrum.


This was a creative experiment build. I replaced many of the inside cubes with prisms instead after the build was done.
Damage around the pilot seat is 3 layers of upside down prisms,
none touching XD
this is strictly a tri forcing defense tank at its finest and only 6 nanos, so stay with the team and do the medics job...HEAL!

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Practical Rating
9.8
Creative Rating
9.4
Last Updated
2 years ago
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Function rating by 28Exon10.0
Creative rating by 28Exon9.0
Function rating by Dother559.0
Creative rating by Dother559.5
Function rating by necr0tix10.0
Creative rating by necr0tix10.0
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necr0tix
2 years ago

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
Dother55
2 years ago
I would love to see an inside pic of this 1

Ratings 9.0 practical and 9.5 creative0
llwReptileSUN
2 years ago
There realy is no way to do that lol
there isnt any spaces just prisms

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