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The Infinite, Galaxies and Science

When you look at the sky, it’s like a connection to the infinite. Everything looks so tantalizingly close, and when you know how far away those things are, you know that you could never get to them in your lifetime. … Continue reading

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A Great, Eternal Riddle

Albert Einstein describes how his studies of science and the universe showed him a way “to free myself from the chains of the merely personal, from an existence dominated by wishes, hopes and primitive feelings. Out yonder there was this … Continue reading

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