vineri, 2 septembrie 2016

Poze pietroase

”Found a funny quote in the signature of Hugh Bothwell:
Lets keep this matter in perspective. One insignificant galaxy, one of the tens of thousands of galaxies, has a small yellow sun on its outer rim. About this sun orbits a molten iron ball. On the surface of this ball is a very thin crust of silica slag. This crust is partly coated by a microscopically thin layer of carbon hydrogen compounds. Some of which has delusions of grandeur.”