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Cosmic Soup

 by Michael Corthell A few years ago when I was single, it was my habit of just opening a can of Progresso soup for supper. I did this far too often out of laziness. But on this night it kinda sorta paid off because it gave me some cosmic insight. A night or two before I had watched a documentary on the Universe . Much of the film had to do with the sheer scale of it and all the different galaxies and structures within those galaxies - black holes, nebula star incubators, and such.  In the time after and before I was preparing my soup supper, I was thinking a lot about what I had learned in watching the documentary. My first question was; '' Is the Universe one thing ?'' And the second one, ''Do the laws of physics and chemistry apply uniformly, everywhere in the Universe?'' And lastly, ''Are there life-forms spread uniformly throughout the Universe?''   So, I'm stirring my soup. The burner's on low so as not to burn the feast. I

[Cosmosis]...Did you remember to 'carry the one'?

Everything is possible in the Universe, because the Universe is the 'infinite possibility' with everything contained within itself. "If there is a God who created the entire universe and ALL of its laws of physics, does God follow God’s own laws? Or can God supersede his own laws, such as travelling faster than the speed of light and thus being able to be in two different places at the same time?’ Could the answer help us prove whether or not God exists or is this where scientific empiricism and religious faith intersect, with NO true answer?'' ― Albert Einstein