This Train'll Stop at Tucumcari
- Nov 16, 2006
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Alternatively, traversing distances like that could be wildly simple. Ever read Flatland? Science has as a requirement accepting unknown unknowns. Things that are difficult or impossible within the universe perceivable to us could be trivial given other perceptions that we can't imagine. There are cave fish that have no sensors to detect light. Explain lasers, a sunrise, or a rainbow to them.
Can't agree more Flagg. With the age of the universe (thanks to Webb) now pushed out to something on the order of 26 Billion years, it greatly expands the possibilities of other races/life forms possessing vast technological advances far beyond our current comprehension.
As physicist Eric Weinstein stated in the video in post #398 "Nobody that I know, who's very good at physics or astrophysics or astronomy, knows what the hell is going on"