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Let's talk about the universe.

1 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-28 11:12
What mysteries are there still left?
2 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-28 14:49
Aliens are actually demons.
3 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-28 17:36
>>1
What mysteries are there still left?
everything. We don't know shit... we're barely out of the jungle anon...
4 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-28 20:23
the universe is one of the biggest mystery’s of outer space
5 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-28 23:10
>>3
whats the fist mystery youd wanna have uncovered?
6 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-29 01:56
>>1
I fully believe there is other intelligent life out there. The fact that it has never tried to contact us just solidifies my belief
7 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-29 04:43
>>6
that was witty and funny
8 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-29 06:57
>>5
well, it would be very useful to know the real laws of what we call physics, as well as the mathematical theorems about chemistry and biology, and sociology / psychology to more easily overcome the first challenges of becoming less animalistic.
this would help to initiate a virtuous circle of knowledge acquisition, leaving behind primate behaviors such as: need to belong to a group, need for politics, one of the worst simian characteristics, overcoming fear of death, whether due to illness, hunger, or needs basic.
it would be an excellent start ...
9 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-29 07:30
>>1
still left

we have not even explored 0.00000000000000000000001% of the known universe.

200 billion stars in our milky way galaxy, we cant even reach the next closest star.

Now consider that there are billions or even trillions of galaxies each with 100+ billion star systems, most stars have at least 1 planet around them. So i guess there are some mysteries still left unexplored.
10 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-29 08:04
>>6
I certainly hope so because there is fuck all down here
11 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-29 08:39
>>7
that's cause some smart guy once said that line
12 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-29 09:29
according to your logics we havent even explored 98% of our oceans. I dont even know whats under my bed because i havent looked down there in months.
Im not talking about horizontal exploration but about vertical (in depth).
13 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-29 10:53
>>1
What is on it other side of a black hole? Is there a white hole, or is everything simply crushed into oblivion?
14 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-29 12:16
>>9
if by a nearby star you mean our sun, I agree 100%.
we sent a probe very close to our sun, but we didn’t even get to the moon in a continuous and safe way ...
15 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-29 13:40
>>12
but we haven't...
16 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-29 14:10
>>13
or even: there is an "other side"
17 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-29 15:03
>>3
We're in a simulation, there's no point other than to realize it and destroy the universe to spite the cunts that made this hellhole. This is probably just some high school project, fuck that kid, we need to make sure he fails.

Unless he can put my mind into a robot, then I'll help, but since he won't/can't then fuck him, destroy the experiment.
18 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-29 15:37
>>16
no there isn't but a wormhole does come out somewhere
19 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-29 16:44
How do you reverse entrophy?
Eventually the last sun will go out.
The last black hole will evaoprate.
The last quarks and neutrinos and quantum foam will break apart, decay and fizzle into absolute nothing, eons beyond the heat death of the universe.

So what happens then? And how can your "eternal" conciousness survive beyond that, assuming that you're here and have always been here forever. (you just didn't consider this until just now).
20 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-29 17:34
>>17
yes, it is a valid probability.
and, yes, as a good ape, I would miss sex ... who knows?
21 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-29 18:41
>>14
not the sun of course, the next nearest stars are alpha centauri A and B. They are approximately 5 light years away. We are nowhere near getting to them in this century or maybe even the next.

The point of reaching a star system is to check the planets for biological life.
22 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-29 19:48
>>18
bad plan if mental illness become normalised we are all doomed
23 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-29 20:39
>>17
>>19
Maybe there's an all-knowing, all growing version of you on a higher plane that enters each existence like a dream.

There's a short story called "The Egg" in which a man dies in an auto accident and hears the voice of "god" explaining to him that the universe is like an egg - that his soul is growing to become like the being he calls "god".
Furthermore, he has been every living thing in existence, across all of time. He was the ant he stepped on. He was Hitler, and the Jews.
Every hurt he inflicted on another.. was upon himself living another life.

Maybe that's you. maybe you've been me.
24 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-29 21:30
>>23
dude, if we wake up with a bong in our alien hands, while several aliens around us ask: what's up? how was it?

Resultados da pesquisa
Resultados da Web

The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Men in Black (film)...

several authors have explored these themes. I love them all
25 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-29 22:18
Why the fuck haven't we colonized the moon yet? Why, in over 50 years, is there no infrastructure or plans to build it? Why are there no towns on the moon? Why can't we study at the University of Moon?
What the FUCK happened?
26 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-29 22:58
>>25
The energy required for such is massive; combine this with the required resources and the utter fucking nonsense going on our planet, it makes no sense short term. Being as capitalism is interested in short term gains, as opposed to long term benefits, here we are.
27 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-29 23:08
We're not allowed to colonize other planets, even bodies within our own solar system, until we can demonstrate that we can take care of the one we evolved upon.
28 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-29 23:25
>>25
We spend too much money on welfare programs that only benefit niggers and druggies in society, which then produces more niggers and druggies.
29 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-29 23:42
>>25
nasa needs more funding. they have had a few programs that were in the making, but cut half way so they cancelled them. its happened a few times.

elon musk is our only hope, and private space companies.
30 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-29 23:59
>>25
The moons surface is full of tiny shards of space glass. It would be really really hard.
31 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-30 00:17
>>25
because it is a lifeless ball with no resources.

The amount of money(energy) required to lift even a kilo of material and land it safely there is tremendous. basic physics.

Believe me, if they found even a single sell able resource there would be people living there full time mining it.

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