On earth, we have the saying “King of the Jungle”. In the Cosmos, what would you nominate the “King of the COSMOS”?
I admire the simplistic curiosities of SIR ISSAC NEWTON: “Isaac Newton described comets as compact and durable solid bodies moving in oblique orbits, and their tails as thin streams of vapor emitted by their nuclei, ignited or heated by the sun. Newton suspected that comets were the origin of the life-supporting component of air. Newton also believed that the vapors given off by comets might replenish the planets’ supplies of water (which was gradually being converted into soil by the growth and decay of plants), and the sun’s supply of fuel.” (Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comet)
King of the COSMOS NOMINATION
I for one would like to nominate H2O as a front runner for the title “KING OF THE COSMOS”. When a comet is observed returning after breaching a Black Hole’s event horizon, surely it will be deemed KING OF THE COSMOS.
Can our terrestrial Deep Sea somewhat be an oppositori comparison to the dramatic force of Black Holes in the cosmos? How fascinating the ever-so changing constants in the observed continuum of infinitum