In the culmination of another new year we once again celebrated. So...what happened? It always happens; that the earth succesfully turns another 365 times full circle, all 1000 trillion metric tons of it, ending up where it always ends up, in this galaxy of 200-400 billion stars in a universe of 200 plus billion galaxies. Same place, same time, without a hitch. Orion walking into the sky from the east and Perseus stringing his bow from the same place near the seven sisters, where he's shot from for milenia. If someone did a piece of art in motion on that scale, we'd all go to see it, and tell all our friends to go to see it. I'd want to know the artist. Unless of course, this masterpiece just....happened.

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