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Keep Calm and Just Graduate!
The planet on which we live, Planet Earth, is constantly moving and changing, and if you think of our Earth in universal terms rather than local or global terms, you will understand how all things in nature are interconnected. There are food chains, water cycles, or rock cycles, and you will learn that if you change a certain part of any cycle or chain, the results will be altered as well.
We need to learn to see things into the right perspective. To give you a few examples of all the things we (think we) know, or maybe suspect, about the universe we are living in, just know that our Earth is part of a solar system that contains the Sun and nine planets. Our Planet Earth is actually not even considered a big planet within our solar system, and Jupiter is much larger than our planet. In fact, all our solar system’s planets will fit within Jupiter’s size. Our relatively small solar system is located on an outer arm of the Milky Way Galaxy, and within our galaxy, there are some 200 billion stars, and this would imply that there are just as many solar systems, while in the entire Universe, we think there are a few billion galaxies….
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