Exploring the great universes between the particles so small, human mind explores the boundaries of itself. Natural contrasts are built upon the energy fluctuations, creating matter and antimatter, whereas a man tries to embody everything that he can imagine. In the end, we may have created existence and cosmos ourselves. There is a lot more to it than just letting two atoms collide at high energy levels. Are we the ones able to learn, in what way the cogwheels of the Universe turn? We just have to sit out the ride on the space roller coaster, watching the blazonry. Boundaries are relative, as they can be broken. Particle accelerators eventually provide more answers to questions lying beyond these boundaries. This is the quest in search of the Theory of Everything. Do we really wish to know, how it works?
Keyboards, synthesizers, programmed, written and recorded by Joost Egelie. Galaxy M101 photography courtesy of Hubble Image: NASA, ESA, K.D. Kuntz (JHU), F. Bresolin (University of Hawaii), J. Trauger (JPL), J. Mould (NOAO), Y.-H. Chu (University of Illinois, Urbana), and STScI; CFHT Image: Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope, J.-C. Cuillandre (Coelum); NOAO Image: G. Jacoby, B. Bohannan, M. Hanna (NOAO/AURA/NSF). Original artwork by Joost Egelie. Artwork revision by Anna Riet.
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