what do we still not know we got from there?

Reply Tue 2 Mar, 2021 11:24 am
We know the universe had a beginning
We know it continues to evolve. And that each of the atoms in our bodies has roots in the Big Bang and in the processes that took place in stars that exploded billions of years ago.
The gold that our jewelry is made of, the calcium that our bones are made of or the iron that is in our blood.
All of these came from the same "dust of the stars."
Each star is a factory for the production of light or heavy elements.

But the interesting question is, what do we still not know we got from there?
(Ah .... we do not know)
And if precisely that part which we have not yet attained which exists within us, may bind us to the same phenomena which surround us.
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