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The Universe In Between the Lines of a Glass of Wine

A suicidal cat, a glass of wine, and the rest of the Universe.

Photo by George Cox on Unsplash

This post was inspired by Richard Feynman and the last part of his lecture: The Relation of Physics to Other Sciences, in which he speaks about how everything in science is connected and physics being the most fundamental of all.




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Lenka Otap

Lenka Otap

Computer scientist and astrophysicist. Curious about life, the universe, and everything. Are you too?

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