|Current mood:|| impressed|
Brain: Pinky, are you pondering what I'm pondering? Pinky: I think so Brain, but if Jimmy cracked corn, and no one cares, why does he keep doing it?
So I'm reading my Astro. Pretty interesting stuff. Check this out:
Our Solar System is a gravitational symphony. The Sun's gravity shapes the motions of the planets and every other object in it's vicinity... Within this grand symphony, sub-themes arise. A chorus of particles orbiting the giant planets gives rise to majestic systems of rings which, in turn, play counterpoint to the gravitational ballet of the planets and their moons. The analogy between the motions of objects in the Solar System and the patterns of music is not new. Johannes Kepler... entitled his great work of 1619 Harmonice mundi, or "Harmonies of the World."
...our Solar System is but one gravitational opus in a far larger opera.
Music is more powerful than people think. One of my main goals: To help people understand the importance of music in our lives.