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HellsVacancy 1 year ago
Interesting, but waaaaaaaaaaay over my head
ihateregistering 1 year ago
Same problem here. Maybe this helps a little: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oDSWGHDPhZY
Don't skip forward in the vid, it's only 3 minutes
Jim777 1 year ago
Nature always surprises us. It would be nice to send more and fester probes to interstellar space to know more. (...but no, we need the money for the wars...)
loadrunner 1 year ago
I think it a very lonely and cold place between stars.
kekke2000 1 year ago
So it's like a black hole light. Instead of beeing squished into a singularity you will travel through bubbles. Black holes screw my mind, would love to experiment with one.
Sizzlik (admin) 1 year ago
#5 You can buy black holes online and in every major city =) .....oh..you mean the ones in space..
havix1 1 year ago
it make me of this How small are we http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nroo-i8t8vg
sartre 1 year ago
The Voyager space probes are, in my opinion, one of mankind's greatest achievements ever. In terms of science they have probably delivered more bang for their buck than any other space mission. 35 years travelling to the stars, still doing useful science and still transmitting back to Earth, even though the signals we receive from them are a billionth of a billionth of a billionth of a watt.
Unknown 1 year ago
#8 That is so true. I wish I could give more than one positive rating.
It is sad that billions are spent for some crap for a small percentage of humanity and spending this money for sciense would eventually be useful to all life on earth.
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