Splitpin wrote:...we are nothing, just dust...so why not just chill and get on with it.
Charl wrote:Yep my app says Brizzy gets it by 3:00PM
Splitpin wrote:I was just out on the deck having a ciggie, and I looked up at the stars. I live in a relatively suburban part of Christchurch, but this place is away from the city lights and facing away from the street lights ....in other words, its dark.
What a show tonight, the milky way at its almost best, the southern cross directly overhead and Scorpio rising in the east ...even spotted a satellite passing over.
I find it a very grounding experience, star gazing, puts all the Bullshit we have to endure everyday into perspective ...we are nothing, just dust...so why not just chill and get on with it.
Fozzer wrote:When I go to bed at nights and close my eyes, my brain explores our Milky Way Galaxy and the Universe surrounding it!
There's lots of fascinating "stuff" out there...
....and it's all a very long way away...light-years!
186,000 miles per second for however long it takes to get there...
(A No 86 Bus will be far too slow).
With the enormous tonnage of stuff out there, I still get my head around this; "Big Bang" theory.... ...!
I'm just happy with it "always" being there!
..otherwise, my head will hurt!... ...!
Paul...with stars in my eyes!..... ...!
Splitpin wrote:Mike, what a great link ...I've been looking at those two points of light near the moon in the early morning ...now I know ...cheers.
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