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Physicists have succeeded in detecting a time-resolved supernova signal in the Earth’s microfossil record. As the group shows, the supernova signal was first detectable at a time starting about 2.7 million years ago. According to the researcher’s analyses, our solar system spent one million years to transit trough the remnants of a supernova. (1)

Black holes are the same. Black holes are different.

Does it matter where we are?

Does it matter where we go?

Search inside you.

During a sleepless night, while being alone in the bedroom.

This is what matters.

You are the supernova.

And the world flies through you…