Planet Earth: Humans Are The Insects to The Milky Way?


November 26th, 2013

Article: Planet Earth: Humans Are The Insects to the Milky Way?



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When you see an insect on the ground next to you, do you ever wonder and think, 

“what does this insect think about my presence as I stand here beside it?”

I had this idea, that maybe that insect has the same look of curiosity and amazement as Earth’s leading astrophysicists and cosmologists. 

Looking up, with mouths wide open, in sheer awe and amazement at this world of mysterious existence that they see before them.

Wondering, just how far this existence spans, what is its operation, how many others are just like this one, and the list can go on and on.

As for us Earthlings, we have (with the aid of powerful technology and innovation) worked this idea, and slowly continue to innovate ways to seek the answers of this universe, this large scale of existences that are right here, within our own galaxy, The Milky Way.

I wonder, if there is an existence out there who is studying us, as we ponder and discuss the relationship we have to the cosmos. Looking at us as if we were an insect within this planet. As they watch us, another existence is watching over them, as they watch over us. This pattern seems to be able to carry forward.

But anyways, comparing an insect with a busy, and our Earthling existence to the Milky Way, we both watch and wonder just what is actually “out there” and their primary function in such a large scale.


Stay creative.


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