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Poke Ball EssayPokémon are different from all other life in that their cellular structure is energy-based. This makes them the only things on earth whose chemical makeup can be quickly and easily converted into energy and compressed. This can be accomplished a number of different ways, but the most common and easiest is through the Poke ball.Poke Ball Essay by Chibi-Pika
Humans discovered that by hollowing out Apricorns, Pokémon could be shrunk down and contained inside--though they didn't really understand how (A substance in apricorns can be refined in a way that destabilizes a Pokemon's cellular structure). Today's Poké balls are much more complex. Capturing a Pokémon simply requires physical contact with it--the impact activates sensors that detect the Pokémon, open the ball and convert the Pokémon into energy, drawing it in.
A Pokémon can prevent its own capture in a number of different ways. Simplest of all, it can dodge or attack the ball in any way that would keep it from making contact