A Hundred Billion Trillion Stars: a child's garden of infinity


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Originally published at: https://boingboing.net/2017/10/05/100000000000000000000000000.html

In A Hundred Billion Trillion Stars, Seth Fishman and illustrator Isabel Greenberg (<a href="https://boingboing.net/?s=“isabel%20greenberg”>previously) present a the astounding, nearly incomprehensible size of the universe in a picture book that even the very youngest readers will delight in; when I blurbed it, I wrote “Dazzling: the astounding, mind-boggling scale of the magnificent universe and our humbling and miraculous place in it, rendered in pictures and words that the youngest readers will understand.”


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“Where does outer space end? It’s kind of hard to imagine. Is it real?”

–Flaming Lips


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Pishah! I would wager us 7.5bil humans could still win a war against 10quadrillion ants. Unless they happen to be living next to a nuclear testing ground out in the desert. THEM!!!


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