Monday, April 13, 2020


Those who insist that the earth is a speck of dust floating in the abyss of infinite space have forgotten the most basic law of perspective: the size of an object depends on where you view it from.

To anyone who retorts with, "Yes, but the Earth is insignificantly small compared to the size of the universe" only add another layer of slovenly thought upon the first: for the universe is infinite in size, and the relationship between something finite and something infinite is not the same as the relationship between two objects of finite size.

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