Vote Recommendation: For
This resolution seeks to repeal General Assembly Resolution # 687 "Star Gazing Day", which as the title suggests picked a day off the calendar to name it "Star Gazing Day", and to encourage people to look up to the sky.
We look up to the skies and we see... darkness, void - a vacuum. We realise that we are nothing but a peck of dust in this multiverse. Our own achievements, our own nations, our own civilisations... will be nothing but a void, whether due to "global warming", the explosion of the Sun, or the best-selling Australian author
Max Barry pulling the plug on the server. In the meantime, we laugh, we smile, we cry; we hold our emotions. But... treasure them while you still can.
Anyway, given the existence of a resolution on reducing light pollution - that is,
General Assembly Resolution # 697 "Reducing Light Pollution" - we do not see the need to designate an international World Assembly day to "get people to look at the stars", especially as there are certain members of the General Assembly who believe the target resolution was wrong - it should make some general accommodation for other civilisations using different calendars, or on different planets such as Uranus.
For the above reason, the Ministry of World Assembly Affairs recommends a vote For the General Assembly resolution at vote, Repeal: "Star Gazing Day".
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