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User avatar #174 - englman ONLINE (09/11/2012) [-]
Is the universe expanding or stretching? If expanding, what is it expanding into?
I'm curious to see peoples views.
#178 to #174 - iambatmanloljk (09/11/2012) [-]
null, nothing, abyss. you name it, the matter is there, it's just now being formed due to reaction upon reaction. think of it like programming, you create even though nothing is there.
User avatar #182 to #178 - englman ONLINE (09/11/2012) [-]
But what is absolute nothing? Is it somehow non-physical?
And programming still follows the laws of Thermodynamics. You're just changing some states, etc.
But nothingness "turning into something" makes little sense to me.
User avatar #188 to #182 - fuckthepolice (09/12/2012) [-]
We can't comprehend what it is because the human mind is actually incapable of comprehending "nothingness". It's similar to trying to think of a new color, one that has never been seen. It can't yet be done.
User avatar #192 to #188 - englman ONLINE (09/12/2012) [-]
We also cant prove what it is. And I don't know how much I agree with the thought that we cant comprehend nothingness. I just think that based on what we know about Physics, it makes no sense. Unless it doesn't follow our Physical laws? Then what else is possible? Too bad we'll more than likely never know.
#173 - tagamur (09/11/2012) [-]
now compare that to the smallest cells, the smallest molecules and atoms, protons, neutrons, and bosons.
User avatar #172 - geeko (09/11/2012) [-]
holy hell, I remember the first time I saw this...

the AOL CD was still in my CD ROM drive
User avatar #171 - theshadowed (09/11/2012) [-]
All I can say is, well ****
User avatar #166 - qwertyfuckerisback (09/11/2012) [-]
VY Canis Majoris<Your Mom
User avatar #158 - Sandisky (09/11/2012) [-]
Imagine all the ******* life that's out there, man.
#175 to #158 - tagamur (09/11/2012) [-]
There is no way that our TINY planet could possibly be the only planet with life out there. There are too many planets in the universe for us to be alone.
User avatar #179 to #175 - Sandisky (09/11/2012) [-]
I don't know why you thought making that comment was necessary, as all you did was basically elaborate on what I said, but I still agree
#180 to #179 - tagamur (09/11/2012) [-]
well, why not?
User avatar #156 - ninjastarthrow (09/11/2012) [-]
I really hope that I'm alive when we find the technology to travel to those distant galaxies and see those other worlds. If you were an astronaut would you take a one way trip to another galaxy. You would become a historical icon but you would never see earth again. Would anyone do it?
#176 to #156 - iambatmanloljk (09/11/2012) [-]
relativity, you could see earth, but not the same earth,
User avatar #160 to #156 - cupcakedevourer (09/11/2012) [-]
Would I have Wi-Fi?
User avatar #186 to #160 - ninjastarthrow (09/12/2012) [-]
I'm going to go with...yes, the space shuttle or space craft you will be operating in will have WIFI.
User avatar #191 to #186 - cupcakedevourer (09/12/2012) [-]
I BE GOIN TO SPACE, BITCHES!
User avatar #154 - triarii (09/11/2012) [-]
The observable universe is 10^26 m^3 big.

True or false?
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User avatar #167 to #151 - jokeface (09/11/2012) [-]
HOLY ************

I...I have no idea...
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User avatar #152 to #150 - reican (09/11/2012) [-]
And then the Covenant activated the halo rings
User avatar #149 - vivapinatapro (09/11/2012) [-]
God, think about how much matter is in those big stars. We need to develop a way to harvest materials from them. Glorious elements!
#145 - judgetull (09/11/2012) [-]
**judgetull rolled a random image posted in comment #104 at Swear Jar **
That's quite beautiful actually.
#144 - hingyahcapingyah (09/11/2012) [-]
Why so Sirius
#143 - paralars (09/11/2012) [-]
space is pretty damn rad, dude..
#132 - tomob (09/11/2012) [-]
yay look at how insignificant and puni we are :D
User avatar #126 - basinah (09/11/2012) [-]
I cant get over how beautiful it all is.
#123 - roflstiltskins (09/11/2012) [-]
If only we could explore it
If only we could explore it
#169 to #123 - anonymous (09/11/2012) [-]
We can. We just need to come together as a species realize what we can accomplish. We are almost indiscernibly small parts of a seemingly infinite universe, but we are not without power.
User avatar #121 - richardastley (09/11/2012) [-]
Serious question for anyone who can answer it. How can we take pictures of things over 13 billion light years away when we haven't even held the telescope in the same position for even half a year? Is it because the light has been travelling for 13 billion years?
User avatar #147 to #121 - ionte (09/11/2012) [-]
Well, think like this: Our sun is 8 light minutes away, but when you look up towards it it does not take you 8 minutes to register it. What we actually see isn't the object itself, but the light coming from it. Yes, the light from those galaxies has been traveling for billions of years and the light is fast. Very fast. That gives you an idea of the huge distances in the universe.
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User avatar #131 to #121 - turboplague (09/11/2012) [-]
It's because when the light reaches us, it is 13 billion years old. Once the light does reach us, it won't go away until 13 billion years after the sources death. We are constantly getting the light from them because light is always preceding the first amount of light that hits us, and we will always be hit by the light of it until 13 billion years after the light source dies off.
User avatar #125 to #121 - drldrl (09/11/2012) [-]
The light has still been travelling, we just put something in front of it.
#120 - Killeratdawn ONLINE (09/11/2012) [-]
www.youtube.com/watch?v=9D05ej8u-gU

Still feel big, bitches :D
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