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We have patterns all around us in the World and the Universe.
Many of these which, we can find in ourselves too...

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In actual fact we are made from elements created in the stars. so the statement that we came from the stars is absolutely correct  and in no way far fetched

 Also if the universe is an infinite holographic  fractal construct every one and every thing is the center of the universe  and I don't mean that esoterically etc, I actually mean  physically.

Just something to think about

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Moons orbit planets. Planets orbit stars. Stars orbit the centre of the galaxy. And so on.

 

It's always fascinated me how orbiting objects in space:

1:--A birds eye view of our solar system, not to scale (Abastris, nd) |  Download Scientific Diagram

 

are the same as compsition of atoms:

Parts Of Atom Diagram in 2020 | Atomic theory, Atom diagram, Atom model

"We are all made of stars"

 

There is a whole universe 'out there', but what about the universes that are inside all of us?

 

Makes you think...

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3 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

Moons orbit planets. Planets orbit stars. Stars orbit the centre of the galaxy. And so on.

 

It's always fascinated me how orbiting objects in space:

1:--A birds eye view of our solar system, not to scale (Abastris, nd) |  Download Scientific Diagram

 

are the same as compsition of atoms:

Parts Of Atom Diagram in 2020 | Atomic theory, Atom diagram, Atom model

"We are all made of stars"

 

There is a whole universe 'out there', but what about the universes that are inside all of us?

 

Makes you think...

 

https://van.physics.illinois.edu/qa/listing.php?id=23806

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1 hour ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

Well of course, on the other hand we could equally be wrong about why planets orbit stars. 🙄

 

Doubtful, they're much bigger and easy to observe - you can land on them analyse them and watch their variances. No need for Mr rolly eyes.

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