The following composite image, (catalogued as N49), is based on data from the Hubble Space Telescope. It is the results of a super nova, an exploding star.
Atoms of basic elements, filaments of shocked gas, are being hurled into space to become what is called stardust. Experts in such matters tell us that on a molecular level, the origin of the earth and all that exists around it and on it came from what was once stardust.
These same experts say that at the molecular level, there are no differences among tin foil, strawberries, and the human body. However, there is one difference these experts cannot explain.
Why do humans, unlike tin foil and strawberries, scream in pain when pierced with a knife?