It’s Full of Stars

There’s something poignant here. Space, an endless void dotted with celestial bodies separated by unfathomable distances. It is laced with colorful clouds of elements floating freely that one day may yet condense into a star again. The building blocks of the universe. All matter has simply been repurposed, reformed, reborn.

That same matter is inside us. Our skin, our blood, our DNA. Where did our matter come from? Whose atoms have we inherited? Beyond our relatives, beyond the human race, beyond all the animals and plants and microorganisms.

How much of us was forged in the sun? How much of us was carried from another galaxy upon a meteor older than the planet? How much of us rubbed shoulders with what would become distant stars in a dense singularity before all of it exploded outward?

Stardust wrapped into strands of genetic material forms the basis of all life. We are inextricably part of the universe, as it is part of us.

As in the stars, so too in our blood.

As above, so below.

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-Outmoded by NathanielF
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Milky Way DNA by TobiasFonseca

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It’s Full of Stars

There’s something poignant here. Space, an endless void dotted with celestial bodies separated by unfathomable distances. It is laced with colorful clouds of elements floating freely that one day may yet condense into a star again. The building blocks of the universe. All matter has simply been repurposed, reformed, reborn.

That same matter is inside us. Our skin, our blood, our DNA. Where did our matter come from? Whose atoms have we inherited? Beyond our relatives, beyond the human race, beyond all the animals and plants and microorganisms.

How much of us was forged in the sun? How much of us was carried from another galaxy upon a meteor older than the planet? How much of us rubbed shoulders with what would become distant stars in a dense singularity before all of it exploded outward?

Stardust wrapped into strands of genetic material forms the basis of all life. We are inextricably part of the universe, as it is part of us.

As in the stars, so too in our blood.

As above, so below.

More Great Designs!

-By Land or By Air by Arinesart
-The Baconing by Acraigl
-Random Mediocritees by honestly your guess is as good as mine
-Hellfire Wants You by Olipop
-Am I…a sandwich? by popcornpunk
-Outmoded by NathanielF
-It Starts With You by reduane

Do you prefer science on a big, cosmic scale or on a tiny, cellular/atomic level?

  • Big science
    Big science
  • Tiny science
    Tiny science
  • Both
    Both
  • Neither
    Neither
44 votes