Does it matter that there’s so much more
dark matter than what we can see.
Do our egocentric thoughts prevent us
from seeing the truth as they did until
Galileo came along.
Scientists now say what we can see is only 4%
of what’s out there. Dark matter, dark energy,
makes up the remainder of our universe. So
open your eyes to see there’s things that exist
which go beyond human vision.
Do we exist atop a shadow universe made from
matter we can’t see? Could it be that like high
pitched sounds that are beyond human hearing,
there are places our eyes don’t tune into? I wear
3-D glasses to look at the sky, but they must be
the wrong frequency, because all I see is stars.
Do shadowy people live in the dark? If they do,
are we like a lit up movie screen or a computer
game they watch and control? Are our thoughts
our own. When we finally learn how to see the
dark side of our universe, will they listen to us,
or will it be like a movie screen talking back to us?
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