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So does your motha.
If the wormhole thing is real, you'd have to hit that, go way off in a far, far distant galaxy. Then find an Earth like planet, set up a ridiculous unreal telescope that has a clear path to Earth. After that you'd have to pinpoint Earth and see what's going on.
We can observe galaxies that are 20 million years old. The reason why we kind of know how they are formed is because we can observe different galaxies and different distances. Like observing a baby, then a teen, then an adult.
I believe that we can view galaxies that are around 12 billion years old. I could be mistaken; it depends on how well I paid attention to "How the Universe Works" while falling asleep.
The travel limitations do make it impossible, however beings equipped with powerful telescopes on a planet that's 100 million light years from Earth right now would see dinosaurs.
What you said is true if you are limited to traveling at the speed of light. If you could somehow travel faster than light, you could theoretically "pass" that 50 year old light as you and the light travel away from the Earth, and then stop and wait for that light to catch up to you.
Think of it like this. Speed of light = Denard. Nothing could be faster, but if you were somehow faster - we'll just picture a large jamaican man, he could pass Denard and wait for Denard to catch up. But that of course is impossible.
Yes. If it's far enough away, you could even watch yourself being conceived while your parents are doing the nasty.
Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside of a dog, it's too dark to read. - Groucho Marx
At least that's theoretically possible, I want to see the telescope that could make out that from any sort of distance.
George Washington was in a cult, and the cult was into aliens, man.
Time travelers either walk among us now, or we never learn how.
Don't post poop!
Or we learn how, but there was no reason to travel back to this time period?
The Doctor is in:
We are all space dust and light beings as the atom's volume is filled with little more than emptiness. Therefore if we figured out how to move faster than the speed of light, light itself will have figured out how to move faster than light.
The indoctrinated will no longer be able to deny it, only defend it.
want your mind blown even more? research Einstein's train bandits thought experiment.
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Question: are we using a Mr. Fusion to power our time machine? If not, then how are we generating the 1.21 gigawatts to run the flux capacitor? Libyan plutonium? With their recent civil unrest, that seems unlikely.
Your a retard.
+1....not because of your post, which was fine by the way, but because of that awesome pic of JLS throwing his hat. Lots of people say they LOL'd....and I think, really? You actually laughed out loud? No way. But now I believe it cause I just LOL'd at that pic.
can you blow me where the pampers is?
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this needs "prepare your anus"
is the telescope on a treadmill?
Photo on strike.
No, we would just be a lot smaller.
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