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Equinox energy and emptiness

Our vast universe possesses all the energy it's ever going to have.
RELATED TOPICS: EQUINOX
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T his month brings the equinox. On the 20th at 12:57 p.m. EDT, the Sun hovers over the equator in South America. There’s approximate day/night equality everywhere. In Woodstock, New York, a 20-minute drive from my home, the equinox is associated with the word energy, as in: “Earth’s energy is now balanced.”

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