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Bob Berman's strange universe: Invasion of privacy

May 2006: Interactions between Earth and the cosmos are continuous. In fact, everything is so interconnected, the links so intimate, that the universe's emissaries pay continuous courtesy calls on our bodies.
March 24, 2006
We spend our nights observing distant places. Most of these celestial bodies lie so far away and existed so long ago that they'll never be touched by human feet.

Nonetheless, we're not truly separate. Interactions between Earth and the cosmos are continuous. In fact, everything is so interconnected, the links so intimate, that the universe's emissaries pay continuous courtesy calls on our bodies.

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