YourY r L e, Rules!
How? As astrophysicist Karel Schrijver explains, “When the universe started, there was just hydrogen and a little helium and very little of anything else ... Stars are like nuclear reactors. They take a fuel, and convert it to something else. Hydrogen is formed into helium, and helium is built into carbon, nitrogen and oxygen, iron and sulphur — everything we’re made of.” Also, stars continue to explode, so some of the elements in our bodies could be as old as the universe, while others only landed on Earth hundreds of years ago. Pull out this little bit of trivia at your next gathering, and get ready to leave your friends #mindblown.
A stunning panorama captured at Mt.Bromo, East Java, Indonesia.