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Galaxies Are Storms

Galaxies, like hurricanes, are storms.
(Recognizable by their diffuse spiral composition,)
But, instead of being comprized by watervapor
(and water drops) they are comprized of stars.
The number of waterdrops comprizing a huricane is
somewhat similar to the number of stars comprizing a galaxy.
As with the eye of a storm, the center of a galaxy is void.

Oegstgeest, 21 July 2012
P.J. Brouwer

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