I suspect your question is beyond our solar system, but it could also mean beyond our Milky Way Galaxy… however, when you ask “beyond our universe,” it’s a whole different story. So let’s take it one by one. Beyond our universe. Not very likely unless you believe in multiverses and reincarnation.Beyond our galaxy Also not... Continue Reading →
I’ve stayed with Linux for over 20 years. I don’t do Windows because I just do not like the threat of virus infection and the inability to customize the desktop like I can in Linux. I also don’t like having to go to various websites to download software that I have to trust. We never... Continue Reading →
Some would say yes was the correct answer to this question. I would say science still leaves plenty of room for mystery. Perhaps God and the spiritual plane exist outside the material universe as we know it. Perhaps the multiverse theory entertained by astrophysicists could include a God beyond the realm of our one universe. In Hinduism and offshoots of Hinduism, for... Continue Reading →
It happened already. Several detonations in space were tested by both the United States and the Soviet Union between 1958 and 1962. The electromagnetic pulse (EMP) that resulted damaged electronics in Hawaii and New Zealand and, according to Wikipedia, “fused 300 street lights on Oahu (Hawaii), [and] set off about 100 burglar alarms…” It also... Continue Reading →
The issue? The unexpected way it accelerated near the Sun. Is this our first sign of extraterrestrials?
By Earl Wajenberg, worker at SiemensExtrapolation and the stew-pot. Use extrapolation to take some real fact or situation, or someone else’s fiction, and extend it in some direction until it looks interestingly different. This is how a lot of science fiction works. Even more important is the stew-pot. The stew-pot is the vast and randomized... Continue Reading →
The development of life isn’t as dependent on the length of a day as you might think. In fact, we have life on Earth where there is no light at all, such as at the bottom of the ocean and inside lakes in caves and so on. More important is the presence of liquid water,... Continue Reading →
No. I don’t believe it is possible to travel from star to star without spending thousands and thousands of years to do so. Space is pretty vast, and that speed of light speed limit applies everywhere. Maker:0x4c,Date:2017-12-9,Ver:4,Lens:Kan03,Act:Lar01,E-YPhoto by Pixabay on Pexels.comFirst officer Spock (left) and Captain Kirk on the Starship Enterprise don't float inside because... Continue Reading →