Hand of God.
Usually I wouldn’t dare be so bold as to mention the infamous Mano de Dios during an international tournament. But, after the other day, I think we can all agree it’s so plainly obvious that England are going to win the whole thing, so why not? Plus Argentina have never even won the Euros anyway. Mugs. But NASA revealed a slightly different hand of God this week, courtesy of the Chandra X-ray Observatory, which captured this image of a distant nebula about 17,000 light-years away. And, as you can see, it vaguely resembles a giant blue hand reaching up into a fiery hole. The finger-like trails are a result of energy and particles being blown by a pulsar at 13 million miles-per-hour and slowing down at various speeds when hitting the dense neighbouring RCW 89 gas cloud. So it probably isn’t the hand of the Creator, but it has been declared one of the first forms of cosmic art. Although if it is God’s hand, that presumably means the rest of him is walking around somewhere missing a hand, possibly with a hook.Read Original Story