Re: theos-talk TOE, time-space - so on,
Sep 12, 2010 08:31 PM
Yeah, as we've seen just in recorded history, many unbelievable things may prove to be possible/true - even if typically enough some to most events get prefaced by a cloud of growing pains. After awhile, generally everyone's happy to know one thing or another if it's real since those types of observations often prove to be backbone for many good things. For example, the whole Earth not being in the center of the universe; these days who gets upset about knowing or supposing that as a fact, or the advances advanced.
Pretty cool, actually.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, MKR <mkr777@...> wrote:
> Everyday, new discoveries are taking place and scientists are surprised what
> they learn. One thing is clear; the world is a very complex system working
> flawlessly. These discoveries and their impact on the upcoming generation is
> going to be for the good. Hope we are all around to see the great future.
> On Sun, Sep 12, 2010 at 9:05 PM, esapress@... <esapress@...>wrote:
> > We use time-space in our accounting; like what time is it, what day is it,
> > like lat. and long., where are you so on, a/b truth is that's really just
> > 3-D measurements in a more macro setting - iow, when it comes to time-space
> > itself (wehat is it) we're really Kind of at a point as like the early
> > ocean-explorers wherein man sees there's vast oceans (currents, depths, so
> > on, included) out there to explore, discover, navigate, map/chart, so on and
> > so forth.
> > Myself, I think it's likely that mankind will learn quite a lot about
> > layering/laps, spirals/pressures, depth and densities - so, I'd gander a
> > guess about some cool new advances in the Space and Oceanic Sciences and
> > Applied Sciences.
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