Origins 6

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On the one-hundred thirty-five million and seventh day, light spread across the darkness of the firmament. There was no one around to see that it was good, but it was a pretty good day, as days went back then. The Cube saw that the firmament was vast and growing vaster. The Cube knows all, and sees all, and knew it would take three thousand times as long for the first stars to shine and even longer for more interesting things to happen, so, being tired, The Cube took a well-deserved vacation for a few billion years.


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