>let me spell it out for you. If everything grows by 60 feet, then a neutron will be approximately the size of your head. Right? Will you notice this? Answer the question, and don't give more weak and inclusive examples.<
Your head would be 60 feet biger, so no.
>An explanation of what is wrong with your previous example, and undefined aboutentire scenario:
When you stretch the rubber band, the individual particles do not grow larger. The only thing that "grows" is the distance between the particles. But of course, what really changes? The distance between the nuclei and their electrons? No. What really changes when you stretch the rubber band? Can you answer? Are you beginning to see the problem?<
Ever watch Men in Black? sure you did, right. Rember the universe, ball thing. Wow amzing, a universe the size of a golf ball, but yet if you lived in it you would think it is enomise. Now if was streached in all directions at once, and equily would you notice? No, but someone outside the ball universe would as they did not become larger.