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As I said in the review I just sent over, I came in here from the R&R tab on the side column. I feel kind of bad reviewing a checklist like that, so now I'm poking around your portfolio.
I love this poem at the top of your message book. One side note: a supernova is where the bulk of nonhydrogen elements are dispersed. A nova is somewhat different and doesn't spread the elements through the universe. The elements themselves are created over the lifetime of a star, hence we are all "stardust" per the oft-repeated Sagan quote. Source: I'm an astrophysics major and a science journalist who specializes in writing about space and astronomy. :)