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1946 – Cosmos

1946 – Cosmos2015-03-13T00:00:00+00:00

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This unusual design would be absolutely “out of this world’ for the budding astronomer or astrophysicist (I’m thinking Neil deGrasse Tyson, here). Two round tiers (well, of COURSE round – the universe isn’t square!) are airbrushed in shades that represent the never-ending night sky, complete with spiral galaxies, “billions and billions” of stars (a little nod to Carl Sagan, there), and nebulas, in the bargain. Somehow, our incredible decorators have managed to give this cake a heavenly glow, as if it were actually radiating light from light years and millions of eons ago. Light travels 5.88 trillion miles, in the space of one light year – that’s a lot of miles. Light that is visible to us in the night sky now, was emitted some billions of years ago. We are actually, in a sense, looking back in time every time we look at the night sky – kind of puts things into perspective, doesn’t it? Besides being astronomically beautiful, this design is also thought-provoking – and delicious! Gabby’s friends must certainly believe she is a “star” to merit this unique design – let’s dig in!

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