Well, most are free to think what they want. They're also free to look into science and find there are still many unanswered questions they can explain however they please. I hope you watch it just as well, maybe even enjoy learning something new.
Do we really need the moon, one of my favorites documentaries is from 2011, of course courtesy of the BBC, and will blow your mind about that ugly little rock pretending to shine some light on us at night.
Can't recommend it enough whenever you have an hour to spare.
"humans are emotionally fragile, perennially gullible, hopelessly ignorant masters of an insignificantly small speck in the cosmos.
Have a nice day."
Neil DeGrass Tyson - Death by black hole
This little piece of Zircon has stuck around for the past 4.4 billion years.
Can we get over gay marriage already?
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