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RJL7983 Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2012
In a universe where the known numbers of stars outnumber the grains of sand on all the beaches of the world and where the unknown number may outnumber the molecules of water on all the oceans of the world, it is all the more astounding that our one star would be analogously accompanied by possibly 100,000 rouge planets and likewise all the other stars that may outnumber a hydrosphere's molecules. How do I know it would be 100,000, well they wouldn't be around each star but planets may outnumber stars by 100,000 to one. The anology is amazing considering that there could be more planets out there than not only the grains of sand or sediment on a average world but more planets out there with oceans than there are molecules of water on the average single world. More planets than sand or water molecules.....with this relationship the number of actual worlds may be this number Tetrated on it's self. Thank you for being inspiring my faving such astounding art for the record.
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