Each of you can change the world…


The Days of Light Talisman by Elissa

gets rid of all negative energy blocks

It’s the birthday of Vera Rubin, the American astronomer who discovered dark matter; she was born in 1928 in Philadelphia. She told an oral historian that she traced her interest in astronomy to her childhood when her bedroom wall was lined with windows and she became fascinated by the movement of the stars. Despite her male high school physics teacher’s admonition that she “stay away from science,” she majored in astronomy at Vassar College, graduating in 1948. She described creative discoveries as happening when one gets “hung up on these little interesting things.” Many have said her discovery of dark matter should have won her a Nobel Prize; she never received one.

Exactly 48 years after her own college graduation she told the graduating class at Berkeley,

“Each one of you can change the world, for you are made of star stuff, and you are connected to the universe.”

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