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    INSANELY High resolution image of Carina Nebula

    420 megapixels. You can zoom in on it and stare in awe.
    http://home.exetel.com.au/bmgoau/space/008_1506.html

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    Fucking hell. Space totally fucks with my head; it's insane to think how massive it is and how perfectly everything's come together of its own accord... I can't even put it into words. This picture's incredible, anyway. That was all very serious wasn't it?

    I fucked your mum and she loved it.

    That evened it out nicely.

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    ^Too perfect to be of it's own accord if you ask me. Space is amazing, I remember doing a project at school on it which I loved.

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    See, I kind of agree with the "too perfect" stance in that I think life is too full of insane coincidences to actually be coincidental, but I refuse to believe in a God. I'm just not a religious type at all, never have been, but then I'm kind of stuck with how to explain it. Like, I think our lives are all mapped out and have a pre-determined beginning and end (and then another beginning, but that's by the by), and that certain people and circumstances are meant to happen to you to teach you along the way, but I dunno who or what is ultimately in charge of that. This is why I describe myself as agnostic.

    Anyone got a joint?

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    Then again, I suppose there being a God doesn't mean you have to worship them in a religious sense. OH GOD NOW MY HEAD HURTS THANKS EVERYONE.

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    Depends what you think is a 'religious type'!

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    Just someone who follows a religion generally. 'S'not me.

    This has developed into an entirely different conversation. Aren't the stars pretty?

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    Afraid of a little theological debate eh? Haha, no they are very pretty indeed.

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