środa, 12 marca 2014


Born of Polish teatcher mother and physic father I can see the beauty of the world around me  and at the same time I am directed by the desire to know where it came from.
My last visit to the planetarium ended with a tearful emotions. When it comes to the inexpressible and incomprehensible abyss I can be called a crybaby.

If you missed Cosmos: A Personal Voyage, television series written by the great Carl Sagan and produced in 1978 and 1979, now you've got fantastic opportunity to catch up. Right in this month sequel Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey has been released. You don't have to be brainiac, geek or astronom to understand that we are part of the universe. So don't diminish science just because it speaks the language of numbers, formulas and difficult concepts.
Only science has actually proven that we are made of the same matter, which can be found in the stars. Isn't it just encouraging us to do great things?