A Universe from Nothing Lawrence Krauss

„One of the most poetic facts I know about the universe is that essentially every atom in your body was once inside a star that exploded. Moreover, the atoms in your left hand probably came from a different star than did those in your right. We are all, literally, star children, and our bodies made of stardust. […] Over the course of the history of our galaxy, about 200 million stars have exploded. These myriad stars sacrificed themselves, if you wish, so that one day you could be born.”
Lawrence Krauss „A Universe from Nothing: Why There Is Something Rather than Nothing”.


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