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Hydrogen was an element that formed the base material for nearly all stars within the galaxy. Hydrogen and another element called oxygen formed a substance called water when chemically combined. When a star ceased burning its supply into helium, it would then begin to burn heavier elements before ending in a supernova or diminishing into a white dwarf. According to Corran Horn, it was one of the most common things in existence, followed closely by stupidity and TIE Fighter ball cockpits.

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The above quote of Corran is actually a paraphrase by a famous quotation originally attributed to either the author Harlan Ellison or the physicist Albert Einstein.



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