We Are Empty

Robert Wolfe, in this book Science and the Sages writes, "The dot "period" at the end of a printed sentence contains 100 billion atoms (of carbon). If you expanded the dot to 110 yards wide, you could see one of these atoms with the naked eye. If you expanded the dot to 6,215 miles wide you could see the atom's nucleus (central core). The neucleus of a hydron atom is a proton. An electron, gyrating around the proton, defines the outer limits of the atom. The electron is a thousand times smaller than the proton. The electron is one ten-millionth the size of the atom as a whole. 

The proton contains quarks. to "see" a quark, you would need to expand the dot (or period) to twenty times more distant than the moon (which itself is 238,850 miles away). 

Thus, each atom is composed of ("particulate") components which are infinitesimal. An atom is 
99.99999999999999 empty space. "It's emptiness is profound," says particle physicist Frank Close."

"You" are composed of atoms."