During these times of economic crisis, one should not spend an extra ten dollars a month for high definition television. But if it is a huge flat-screen television that graces one’s livingroom and there are stations like the History and Discovery Channels available for crystal-clear reception, it’s worth the price, considering the current cost of gasoline.
According to premium cable television networks, there are scientists who conclude that the Big Bang never happened. Einstein never would have fallen for the concept, but even the History Channel notes possibilities in such trains of thought. What if our universe has always been in existence– a never ending loop that is described in theory as a series of interconnected double s’s SS.
Images from the Hubble Telescope grace the exposed brick of my apartment like mortar upon an ancient Greek temple.
It’s fabulous. And I like the theory.
What if we simply do it over and over again in a universe with more constellations than living creatures?
I’ll see you down the road.