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Across the Universe: A Piece of the Action — 2 Comments

  1. “And even after achieving the magic doctorate degree, most of us are very conscious of how far we fall short of really knowing our field as well as we ought. The more we know, the more we are aware of what we don’t know.”
    So SO true, but can be depressing if I look at it the wrong way!

    Speaking of “looking the wrong way” I went to youtube and looked up the VOF videos.
    I will spend a lot of time there in the future, but just don’t get drawn into some of the distractions on the side lines. There are a lot of people there who want “a piece of the action” as well.

    I can almost see God shaking his head.
    Keep up the good work at the VOF. It’s the best consolation I can get when seeing how difficult ignorance can be to deal with. 2 steps forward, 1 step back.

  2. Pingback:Across the Universe: A Piece of the Action – The Catholic Astronomer – Fides et Ratio: Vaticanum Observatorium – Scienza e Fede: Specola Vaticana – Science and Faith: Vatican Observatory – Ciencia y Fe: Observatorio Vaticano

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