For all we know, our math could be wrong. We could be living among beings that have been traveling the stars since the age of the dinosaurs.
Call me dumb, but I’ll support those who think outside of the box.
posted on 05/09/2012 10:36:10 AM PDT
(There can be only one.)
Call me dumb, but Ill support those who think outside of the box.
Before you try to go outside the box it helps to know where the inside of the box is.
posted on 05/09/2012 10:39:43 AM PDT
by Steely Tom
(If the Constitution can be a living document, I guess a corporation can be a person.)
Don’t care about “inside” or “outside” the box, but support the ones who can duplicate their results!
posted on 05/09/2012 10:52:37 AM PDT
by Little Ray
(FOR the best Conservative in the Primary; AGAINST Obama in the General.)
For all we know, our math could be wrong. We could be living among beings that have been traveling the stars since the age of the dinosaurs. Call me dumb, but Ill support those who think outside of the box.
Even if we are held to the speed of light, if we travel to another star system, we'll pobably have the technology to observe undetected; and we'll probably want to.
So I've always supported your theory as a real possibility.
posted on 05/09/2012 11:04:43 AM PDT
I think its a good idea to at least consider what’s outside the box.
Someone mentioned this short story by Harry Turtledove called “The road not taken”. There are some obvious problems with it but its a fascinating short story that raises some interesting things to ponder.
posted on 06/08/2012 7:35:45 PM PDT
(What does it profit a man if he gains the whole world but loses his soul?)
To: wastedyears; cicero2k
posted on 06/08/2012 7:36:50 PM PDT
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