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Feanne (F, 32)
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    Where forward thinking terrestrials share ideas and information about the state of the species, their planet and the universe, living the lives of science fiction. Introduction
    Featuring Powers of Ten by Charles and Ray Eames, based on an idea by Kees Boeke.

    Fifty light years away is a GIANT DIAMOND, supposedly the largest in the galaxy, weighing five million trillion trillion pounds, and measuring four thousand kilometers in diameter.

    The astronomers have named it "Lucy" in honor of the Beatles song "Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds".

    Lucy is a "crystallized white dwarf"— the heart of a now-dead star. The sun, they say, will go the same way: "Astronomers say that our Sun will die in five billion years and become a white dwarf too. About two billion years after it will turn into a similar diamond that will continue to sparkle in the center of the solar system forever."

    How cool is that??? I love crystals!

    Click for the original article "Largest diamond in galaxy predicts future of solar system".
    Wed, Dec 26, 2007  Permanent link
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    space is cold and dark
    and this orbit's getting boring
    nobody near to talk to

    is there anyone out there?
    save our souls
    cure this cosmic loneliness


    A poem I wrote a while back. Inspired by a handout from a Physics class entitled "Physics & Astronomy For Pedestrians" ... yeah my uni has the funniest classes! Anyway this handout listed "to cure cosmic loneliness" as one of the reasons why we continue to search for alien life forms. I was so amused at the term. :)
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