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Postby at1with0 » Mon May 20, 2013 1:36 pm

:mrgreen: :think: :mrgreen:

Kinda makes me wonder exactly how many parallels there are. What type of infinity is it...? (if there are infinitely many)
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Postby greeney2 » Mon May 20, 2013 4:56 pm

All these things are great questions to ponder over the fireplace or dinner table but isn't it a bigger question to wonder why we see and know the futility of ever reaching these places and still refuse to change mankind's ways? Why as our intelligence grows, do we come even more and more, complacent in our lack of the realization we are destroying the one and only place for us to live? We know our natural resources will come to an end, we know our overpopulation will tilt us over the breaking point, but we still continue on the same course. I

Is hoping and thinking other places exist just a bad excuse to do nothing now about our problems, that we can somehow rationalize mankind will still have a chance to survive? Just the ultimate denial Man can not become extinct, as we sit by and watch every species on earth do it, IN OUR LIFETIME?

That is kind of why I did say, Does it really matter at all when you think of the way mankind has gotten to our present condition. Maybe just maybe there are many paralell universes, but they are right next door to each other, and we are the one placed so far and away from all of them, they could see what dimwits we are? God knew, give them a chance, they are on there own, but keep them far away from everyone else.
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Postby at1with0 » Mon May 20, 2013 5:35 pm

I think understanding our environment is important. It probably won't provide us something like an end to hunger or war.
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Postby greeney2 » Mon May 20, 2013 10:26 pm

Deep space exploration can't do that either, and it doesn't take much to understand the distance to the nearest star is enough to know we should care for this one and only earth we have.
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Postby blackvault » Tue May 21, 2013 6:36 am

Yeah, but regardless of how well we take care of this planet, our sun will die. Not because of global warming. Not because of over-population. But because our sun will simply 'run out of gas.'

So, none of those issues erases the fact our time here will end. We need to figure out a way to get off this planet.
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Postby at1with0 » Tue May 21, 2013 9:16 am

greeney2 wrote:Deep space exploration can't do that either, and it doesn't take much to understand the distance to the nearest star is enough to know we should care for this one and only earth we have.


Didn't the microwave oven come into existence during the space age to give a way for astronauts a way to heat up their meals?

Who knows what inventions will help mankind (though probably by enabling its laziness) during the process of exploring what we can about the universe/multiverse?
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Postby blackvault » Tue May 21, 2013 9:20 am

at1with0 wrote:Who knows what inventions will help mankind (though probably by enabling its laziness) during the process of exploring what we can about the universe/multiverse?


Let alone, our absolute survival. I know it sounds silly now, in 2013, but in however many thousands of years - our existence here will end. Not to sound so gloomy, but the human race, on Planet Earth, is doomed. Whether it be tomorrow or a million years from now, in the grander scheme of things - it doesn't matter how much time. The truth remains - the human race, on Earth, is doomed. Without the expansion of our knowledge to include space travel and our understanding of the Universe - we will die along with it.

How's that for depressing? ;)
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Postby at1with0 » Tue May 21, 2013 9:50 am

blackvault wrote:Let alone, our absolute survival. I know it sounds silly now, in 2013, but in however many thousands of years - our existence here will end. Not to sound so gloomy, but the human race, on Planet Earth, is doomed. Whether it be tomorrow or a million years from now, in the grander scheme of things - it doesn't matter how much time. The truth remains - the human race, on Earth, is doomed. Without the expansion of our knowledge to include space travel and our understanding of the Universe - we will die along with it.

How's that for depressing? ;)


All good things...

Also, there might be a big crunch that would annihilate everything in the universe. So there is that to consider.

We will have to find a way to become incorporeal, not needing anything in the corporeal realm to sustain ourselves whatsoever. Perhaps other races also "ascended" into incorporeal form prior to us thinking about it today. Perhaps they'd be willing to help. Perhaps they'd be against it. Who knows?
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Postby blackvault » Tue May 21, 2013 10:04 am

Yeah, but then you are talking about going beyond our physical selves... which although may be a reality x amount of years from now - the human mind is so far behind in that respect. Meaning, we can't comprehend travelling to some of our nearest neighbors in our solar system - (beyond Mars that is) - so to start thinking about transcending to some other reality is TOO far out there for us to consider.

It's a step process... and the human race is falling behind if they want to continue to cancel space exploration programs just because "We've been to the moon."
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Postby at1with0 » Tue May 21, 2013 11:11 am

I wonder if it would be easier to "ascend" than to get to distant parallels....With the help of technology of course.
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