reply to post by meremortal
Talk about perspective,boggles the mind.
The number one priority of humanity,should be exploration.but unfortunately we all caught up in what is truly a small insignificant world.
Originally posted by PhotonEffect
That the universe went through all of this trouble to be so huge and so microscopic, while not missing one iota of detail in it's perfect design of life is truly incomprehensible.
You have to ask yourself why.
Originally posted by DarkSecret
Originally posted by ZeroGhost
Behind the Deep Field images of galaxies we can see, with enhancement, they found what they called the "Blue Wall". So dark in the distance only faint blue light gets through. It is a solid wall of nothing but galaxies.
Solid galaxies all around us, billions, with billions of stars each as far and farther than we can see.
sorry but never heard of the "Blue Wall"... where's the reference to that?
Originally posted by johnsky
Every time I put it back into perspective it amazes me again and again.
Looking at just how truly vast the universe is... well, nothing makes me cry, but this almost makes me shed a tear.
The universe is so absolutely incredible... and we are so insignificant.