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on scales of space.

in class on monday, we started at a small scale of 10 to the 1st power, then moved on to 10 to the 17th (maybe it was 19th?) power, leading us to an image clusters of galaxies. and each time we upped the scale, the images were significant and relevant to life (as we know it).

everything was a part of a part of some other part.

so would that make (almost) everything as a whole an improbable assembly? and if (almost) everything as a whole were to be an improbable assembly, i guess there is no sharp boundary between living things and non-living things...

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