reply to post by Jeanius
Have you ever seen a certain few of the Hubble Telescope photos that capture the intersection of
two galaxies colliding? Apparently it is not a rare occurence. I recently read an astronomical review/article
that stated that The Milky Way Galaxy (assumed by many to be our point of origin) and the Sagittarian
Galaxy are colliding. The Milky Way is winning and absorbing/incorporating the post menitoned galaxy
into the fold. Evidently(according to this article), our solar system is actually part of the Sagittarian galaxy.
Our solar system is located near and above(or below however you view the plane) one of the outward trailing
spiral stellar wakes of The Milky Way. This location is within the combat zone of where the intersections of these two galaxies are fusing.
Furthermore, our galaxy is entering an anomolous zone (or it is encroaching
us), that has a 4000 degree temperature measurement. F.,Celcius,or centegrade, I can't recall.
If you think about it, with all the things that can go wrong at any given moment, it is a miracle that we even
have our short lived moment of awaress to make observations,discern, and type these points of view to each
other at all. Intelligent Design,God,Creators,etc.,,,,,,,, to an open mind may be worthy of note.
Make the best of your sliver in time, it goes by fast.
Here are some images of Galaxies Colliding courtesy of Google Images
Here is an article about the Sagittarian and Milky Way galactic intersection. Not the exact article I read, but it
is a lead and you will get the point.
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Sorry I'm all thumbs tonight