The past might always repeat itself, like in concept of cycles. Is the past forgotten that we can never really move forward? Does that memory get lost? Or do we all really know its just easy to stick with “old habits”? Energy doesn’t die, it transforms. The old energy exists today- the vibes and waves are still flowing from “the beginning” (of this cycle of creation) the endless creation and recreation of elements, gas, stars, galaxies, and black space….etc. How many cycles has there been- maybe we’re 55th- maybe 55,555,555???? Or maybe this is the first and the last?
How many types of life lived here on earth? We aren’t the first, from what we know- we had dinosaurs roaming the earth millions of years ago. The earth is 4.54 Billion years old! Are we descendants of an ancient alien race? Where did we come from? Who is the bookkeeper?
We need to wake up and realize we are spinning on a sphere of solid and liquid rock! The inner layers of our earth are as hot as the surface of the sun! Without the liquid outer core we wouldn’t have a magnetic field to protect our atmosphere and hence not be able to support life on earth.
Here is more data about your home:
Earth is the third planet from the Sun, and the densest and fifth-largest of the eight planets in the Solar System. It is also the largest of the Solar System’s four terrestrial planets. It is sometimes referred to as the world or the Blue Planet.
Age: 4.54 billion years
Radius: 3,959 miles (6,371 km)
Distance from Sun: 92,960,000 miles (149,600,000 km)
Mass: 5.972E24 kg
Surface area: 196.9 million sq miles (510.1 million km²)
Population: 6.974 billion (2011) World Bank
The big bang theory, a graphic timeline of the universe!
“Hubble Ultra Deep Field” of Galaxies!
This view of nearly 10,000 galaxies is called the Hubble Ultra Deep Field. The snapshot includes galaxies of various ages, sizes, shapes, and colors. The smallest, reddest galaxies, about 100, may be among the most distant known, existing when the universe was just 800 million years old. The nearest galaxies–the larger, brighter, well-defined spirals and ellipticals–thrived about 1 billion years ago, when the cosmos was 13 billion years old.
The microwave sky as seen by ESA’s Planck satellite. Light from the main disk of the Milky Way is seen across the center band, while radiation left over from the Big Bang is visible on the outskirts of the image.