I hummed the Dies Irae as you played the Hallelujah.

26/02/13

It must be innately human, the desire to understand how our home came to be the way that it is. And seen from lunar orbit against the blackness of space, the Earth is a fragile world, but seen by science, it’s a world that’s been crafted and shaped by life over almost four billion years. So we’re on our way to understanding how we came to be here, but as the Apollo astronauts discovered, the journey of discovery has already delivered much more than just the facts, because it’s given us a powerful perspective on the intricacy and beauty of our home.

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