Welcome to Oolith

Oolith: A spherical granule of which oolite is composed, formed from concentric accretion of thin layers of a mineral around a core. Calcium carbonate (limestone) is the most common mineral that forms ooliths, but the may also form from other minerals such as dolomite and silica.

As we zoom further and further out, we discover our world as oolith: Every object is a granule that forms a larger whole. Every atom comprises sub-atomic elements. every element comprises atoms. Every entity comprises elements. The world is a granule in the solar system, the solar system a granule in the galaxy, our galaxy a granule in the universe. Yet even with this realization, every granule, every oolith, matters. Without them, nothing would exist.