I told you, we already know how the night & day were birthed.
We made them.
‘Twas simple: we simply threw an emu egg up into the sky, where it stayed till ’twas incubated by its own heat, after which it exploded into cool milky powder that painted the way to our solar system. & in that coolness the rest o’ the sky blackened like frost-bitten fingers.
& thus the order o’ the cosmos had been arranged.
&, damn it, we can do it ‘gain.
¿Are you ready?