My wife says I'm a glass half empty kinda guy while she prefers to see the glass half full. To illustrate, someone recently asked me to answer to the question "What would our life be like after we move to a new planet?" to which I replied: "Life would be alien in the sense that... Continue Reading →
When we completely destroy our planet’s environment then and only then space conization would become our “main ideology.” Sadly, however, even space colonization leads to the same question - will we destroy the next planet just like this one?
Light is held back by Einstein, simply put. He theorized that if light was a constant, no matter who observed it, going at any velocity whatsoever, then time and space are variables. As it happens, Einstein theories have proven correct time and time again.
We can’t prove it. We can always suspect it is something different than what we think is in fact real. This image might help illustrate our dilemma. We could be just brains in a jar. However, calculations are that it would take more energy than presently exists in the entire universe to maintain such an... Continue Reading →
What a weird question. It’s been “investigated” and proven wrong a gazillion ways, but you will not accept any of the ways, so what’s the point of you asking the question?