It’s good to be able to report progress.
Trilobites look up silently from their Burgess Shale rock slabs, with sad eyes, asking, “Where did I come from?”
Think, for example, of the late Stephen Hawking and how his fevered pronouncements in his final years were received.
A new statistical study of impacts on the moon concludes that the appearance of an increase was an artifact of biased sampling.
Have you ever considered how our tiny corner of the universe somehow cradles fragile mankind?