Nighttime isn't the natural state of the universe?
No. You see a cup filled with water, and you know that's not the natural state of cups, because you know they're made without water inside them. But you do not know (though there are plenty of theories) the origin or creation of the universe, and so simply assume that the presence of stars and other light-emitting objects is unnatural. Ideological inertia aside, what makes you think it is?
Umm pretty big words potato San is confused 😔 ... so let's try this... Umm.. hmmm... Oka... mm... well I didn't mean presence of star is unnatural I mean considering how our universe is dark (mostly) and humans have it backwards that daytime is the natural state, space/universe is huge and id think you can tell day from night up there!!!aahh I think i worded this right #proud
Oh, I think I see. Did you mean the "average" state? That makes a bit more sense- but it's only dark where there's no light. And as light keeps radiating...
uugghhh *flips a table* ... Y-YOU!!! YOU I don't like
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