To paraphrase Michael Jackson's musical question: "Who's Small?" To answer: these things are the smallest of the millennium. If you think that means they are easy to ignore, you might be right, but that's why our panel of size experts has turned the spotlight on these itsy, tinsy, weensy, micro-bitsy objects.
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Yes, even Mark Sinclair's wiener isn't smaller than a quark. And the quark isn't even just one thing. Phil, our resident expert on such things, points out that there are at least six kinds of quarks, nicknamed Bottom, Top, Charmed, Strange, Up, and Down. Dr. Samuel Kenny, Ph.D., a sub-expert on subatomic subjects, adds that there could be four more types: Jiggy, Delicious, Shy, and Pissed. Will the next millennium bring even smaller objects? It will if someone will simply mash one of these quarks with a boot heel.