The year is 2017, two neutron stars in a neighboring galaxy are noticed spiraling towards each other. The gradual closeness between these two heavenly bodies caused a distortion in space and time which generated ripples in the fabric of spacetime that were felt all the way back here on earth. The two stars; unaware of their shift towards each other, ended up colliding. They exploded into his huge, beautiful fireball, an event later referred to as a Kilonova, that could be seen burning brightly through the telescopic lens of everyone who managed to witness the event. The Kilonova possibly contained a massive amount of gold, platinum and uranium; elements which scientists believe are normally formed from explosions of this nature. Elements that add great value to our success and evolution here on earth.
It was a Sunday afternoon and Maggie, our 5 years old German Shepherd, was anxious for her walk. We decided on the dog park at Bruce Pit to allow her some freedom as these parks allow pets to be unleashed all at the owner's discretion of course. The sky did not look favourable upon our arrival but we decided to take the trail for Maggie's sake. She bounded away and we followed. I have not visited this trail in quite some time so when I came across this scene I was stopped in my tracks. My partner did not realize that I was no longer beside him until some few yards away when I saw him in my periphery looking back at me.