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Wanderers by Erik Wernquist

Here we are inhabiting about 3/10 of a fragile little speck of dust. Suspended in a universe of such enormous scale that we might not be around for long enough to explore even 0.00001% of it. But it is an … Continue reading

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The Invisible World

An interesting way of looking at the world around us. ‘It is incredible how little we know.’ Indeed it is. Our limited understanding is what provides us with all those fascinating experiences and memories, the joy of discovery. It is … Continue reading

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Thank You Carl Sagan

A man I have never known. A person with whom I never had a conversation or shared an experience has given me the greatest of gifts – the ability to grasp the universe as it is and to be humble before … Continue reading

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