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Old 19th April 2021, 10:30   #1
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We live on this globe, we like our space, we share our space but it cannot be infinite, surely?
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Old 19th April 2021, 11:52   #2
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I suspect there might just be some answers on tonight's BBC4 at 11pm.
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Old 19th April 2021, 19:35   #3
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I’m sure the number 42 figures in all this somewhere.

And I’m recording the Universe Series on BBC4 - but have not seen any as yet.

I do enjoy the humour of the BBC 1 schedulers tho. Two comedy programmes one after the other at 8:30 tonight. First the Classic Fawlty Towers and then a new programme staring a doom goblin who thinks CO2 is a poison despite “the science” that she wants us all to listen to showing us that without CO2 we would have no foodstuffs and no oxygen

6CO2 + 6H2O = (via photosynthesis) C6H12O6 + 6O2

So more CO2 means a Greener World

This has been shown to be happening by NASA who as far back as 2016, (Paper published April 25 2016 - in the journal “Nature Climate Change”) published results showing this.

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I suspect there might just be some answers on tonight's BBC4 at 11pm.
Well I've just watched that and it was mind boggling. The final conclusion is that not only is the universe infinite, there is an infinite number of universes. My head hurts.
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Well I've just watched that and it was mind boggling. The final conclusion is that not only is the universe infinite, there is an infinite number of universes. My head hurts.
Makes no sense.
If the universe is infinite, how can there be a restaurant at the end of it ?
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When you look up into the sky and see all those stars, what you are truly seeing is the light from them.--Not the actual stars themselves.---The distances are so great that maybe most of them have burnt out and don't exist any more.---

or maybe, as their speed can be judged by their spectrum colour they are moving away from us at close to the speed of light ( and with no brakes. ) will vanish never to be seen again.---
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