Intelligent Design


Shadows, reflections and light ephemera


If there was an Intelligent Maker, they sure had made a mess of the night sky.

She couldn’t understand why they’d made it so big. And chaotic.

Surely, you’d start with some order rather than create all these galaxies far, far away. You wouldn’t need those gravitational waves that take billions of light-years to go out and back. What a waste of time.

If she was in charge, she’d get rid of all the black holes along with the Neutrons, Quarks, and the Red and White Dwarfs and give that Hubble Bubble telescope a bit of a break. 

No, all you’d need was a few well-behaved stars and a bit of symmetry to create something really pretty, she thought.

And she’d put everything nice and close so everyone could see it.

When, where, what

29/01/2017 at 11:50
Museum of the City of New York
Ceiling with lights


29/01/2017 at 08:02 at 106°
29/01/2017 at 19:07 at 257°
Distance from object
383,383 km

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