Quantum Life Hypothesis: Biological Life Merges With Technology Eventually Evolving Into Quantum Life

2022-01-12T03:16:06+00:00By |AI, Aliens, Cosmology, Economics, Evolution, Inspiration, Mystery, Philosophy, Physics, Science, Technology, Universe|

The Fermi Paradox is, in it's elementary explanation, a simple question; "Where is everyone?". If the universe is capable of developing life independently on planets in habitable zones (where liquid water can form;which is the basic building block of life) around their respective stars, then why isn't there evidence of the universe teeming with life? Why isn't the universe filled with aliens we can see everywhere we look? Enrico Fermi posited the question "Where is everyone?" as a simple question at a lunch with colleagues one day, and it has stuck with us since. It's become a paradox. It's a [READ MORE]

Why I think humans will never reach another star system

2021-12-25T18:54:53+00:00By |Astronomy, Blog, Cosmology, Economics, Philosophy, Physics, Science, Technology, Universe|

Interstellar travel is a delusional pipe dream. Microgravity does terrible things to the human body. Unless we figure out a way to make artificial gravity (no, a spinning disk is not enough) humans will likely never travel to another star system. Interstellar travel is not practical and not plausible because biological life forms are fragile and inefficient. Humans are not evolved for space. Even inside a spacecraft we're at the mercy of gravity (microgravity) and the effects of that on our bodies. We could not survive a generation-long trip to another star system, and even if we did survive, we'd [READ MORE]

Rogue planets might pose more danger to earth than asteroids

2021-12-18T22:42:35+00:00By |Astronomy, Cosmology, Evolution, Science, Technology, Universe|

Rogue planets might pose more danger to earth than asteroids in our own solar system because they could show up unannounced and without warning. It's very difficult to find them out there in the blackness of space. Seriously. Rogue planets are free-floating planets that were ejected from the solar systems either by their star or by another larger planet in their star system. It's very difficult to find rogue planets, but they're out there, traveling across the galaxy and tens of thousand of MPH. If one happens to enter our solar system it could cause massive disturbances in our own [READ MORE]

HUMANS Will Probably Never Achieve Warp Drives or Interstellar Travel

2021-12-18T22:19:34+00:00By |AI, Astronomy, Cosmology, Philosophy, Physics, Science, Science Fiction, Technology|

If warp drives are possible then AI will be what discovers how to do it. Not humans. Only with something that doesn't exist (negative matter). I love it! We're so desperate to not be trapped here on earth in this solar system that we'll try to think of any way we can to travel to another star system. It's not going to happen. The greatest minds the world has ever known have tried to solve this problem and it seems, thus far, unsolvable. Sorry. But interstellar travel is likely impossible. Unless we find this magic anti-matter negative matter that somehow [READ MORE]

Interstellar Travel is a Pipe Dream

2021-12-08T18:01:25+00:00By |Aliens, Astronomy, Cosmology, Evolution, Fantasy, Philosophy, Physics, Science, Technology, Universe|

"50 million light years away" I don't think think people realize how far away that truly is. I don't think they comprehend instinctively how utterly unreachable that galaxy is. 50 million light years! That's amazingly far, relative to us. But nothing compared to how large the universe is. 93 billion light years! Which means it would take 93 billion years to travel from on edge of the observable universe to the other. At the speed of light. Which we can't do. Yet. Even our closest neighboring star, Proxima Centauri, is a whopping 4.24 light years away. Interstellar travel is a [READ MORE]

Aliens Are Likely Machines

2021-12-07T06:20:45+00:00By |AI, Aliens, Astronomy, Cosmology, Evolution, Mystery, Science, Technology, Universe|

Our nearest neighboring stars are in the trinary star system which consists of 3 very close stars. Alpha, Beta and Proxima Centauri are 310 million years older than earth. Earth is 4.543 billion years old and our trinary neighbors are 4.853 billion years old. A 310 million year difference in age. If any of the three stars have an earthlike planet orbiting within the habitable zone where liquid water can form, it's possible that any one of them could have life. It's also possible that life could have evolved to be intelligent and technologically advanced. If it did, then those [READ MORE]

To Explore The Universe Humans Must Evolve Beyond Human

2021-09-05T18:45:16+00:00By |AI, Aliens, Astronomy, Cosmology, Cyborgs, Evolution, Inspiration, Philosophy, Physics, Science|

The more I think about this impact problem AND the time dilation problem, the more I realize that we will likely not travel to another star system anytime soon, if ever. At least as humans. I hate to say it...but the more I learn about the universe and evolution and everything, the more problems with interstellar travel become more obvious. Special relativity is a bitch, but it's still not as bad as the impact problem. People say 'space is empty"...there are millions of miles between objects. The odds that you'll hit something is very low. We can travel to the [READ MORE]

Is Reality a Simulation?

2021-09-06T19:00:01+00:00By |AI, Aliens, Astronomy, Cosmology, Economics, Evolution, Philosophy, Physics, Science, Science Fiction, Simulation Theory, Technology, Universe|

Yeah, tell me again how we're NOT in a simulation...go ahead, I'm listening. Lookup Moore's Law, understand how fast technology advances, now fast forward 100 years, 200, 500, even 1000 years. We're already to the point of creating simple AI, and soon will have the ability to create advanced AI and from there superintelligent AI which will be trillions of times smarter than humans. Meaning, if humans are creating such hyper realistic 3D models and in-game physics and procedurally generated virtual reality environments now, what will AI create in the future? What if that already happened and we are already [READ MORE]

Why Biological Aliens Likely Won’t Travel Throughout The Universe

2021-09-06T19:04:54+00:00By |AI, Aliens, Astronomy, Blog, Cosmology, Evolution, Ideas, Inspiration, Mystery, Philosophy, Physics, Science, Technology, Universe|

Why Biological Aliens Likely Won’t Travel Throughout The Universe The dangers of Interstellar travel make interstellar travel forces biological life to evolve into technological life; or stay home. The hypothesis is based on simple physics. The limitations and fragility of biological life when considered relative to the universe and the many dangers to biological life the universe presents causes biological life to evolve into technological life so that they may travel to other star systems.  Sure, carbon based biological life forms can in fact travel to other star systems, but it would take generations. It could not be done in [READ MORE]

An Explanation of All Things Mysterious

2021-09-06T19:00:01+00:00By |Astronomy, Cosmology, Inspiration, Philosophy, Physics, Science, Science Fiction, Universe|

This revelation explains all those great mysteries of old. Ancient knowledge, disconnected conundrums, curious coincidences, and suspicious secrets, hidden from view, yet sensible, all lurk under the surface of the deep sea of history, our perception of existence. Deep and dark secrets drowned in vaguery, obscured in the shadowy depths of the empty void of human ignorance and delusion. We seek answers to things which we truly do not wish to know, for if we discover the actual truth, it will by all accounts, destroy our feeble barriers of bliss, awaken our sleeping terrors and thrust us into a nightmare [READ MORE]

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