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    “There is something curious about the national flags of the planet Earth. The flag of the United States has fifty stars; the Soviet Union and Isr… Read More
    “There is something curious about the national flags of the planet Earth. The flag of the United States has fifty stars; the Soviet Union and Israel, one each; Burma, fourteen […] Many Islamic countries display crescent moons. Almost half of our national flags exhibit astronomical symbols. The phenomenon is transcultural, non-sectarian, worldwide. […] We seek a connection with the Cosmos. We want to count in the grand scale of things. And it turns out we are connected — not in the personal, small-scale unimaginative fashion that the astrologers pretend, but in the deepest ways, involving the origin of matter, the inhabitability of the Earth, the evolution and destiny of the human.” (Carl Sagan) Read Less
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“There is something curious about the national flags of the planet Earth. The flag of the United States has fifty stars; the Soviet Union and Israel, one each; Burma, fourteen […] Many Islamic countries display crescent moons. Almost half of our national flags exhibit astronomical symbols. The phenomenon is transcultural, non-sectarian, worldwide. […] We seek a connection with the Cosmos. We want to count in the grand scale of things. And it turns out we are connected — not in the personal, small-scale unimaginative fashion that the astrologers pretend, but in the deepest ways, involving the origin of matter, the inhabitability of the Earth, the evolution and destiny of the human.” A Quote by Carl Sagan. Designed with Adriaan Mellegers