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look guys, there is a LOT more out there. trust me, i'm from there. i've kept it a secret for a while now. fact is, I'm from another universe. Surprise.

i would explain, prove it to you. but your simple homosapian minds just wouldn't understand. you will just have to "go with me" on this one, as you Earthlings so very well put.

you have much to learn my young friends.

gtarmanrob is actually my real name. to Earth ears, in your many native tongues, it would sound more similar in pronunciation to... Jeff.

you too!
post #92 of 98
Hmm.. after reading through everything here it seems we have 2 different types of people.

One group has no imagination, to put it bluntly, and is arguing that since current theories don't allow for something then it's not possible... ever...

The other group has an imagination and likes to use it. They are basing their what if scenarios on the fact that throughout history man has always said something can't be done.. according to current theories at that time.

I don't think it was ever said by the "what if" crowd that science of today is wrong. What I think they are getting at is the fact we don't know everything. Special Relativity certainly is very documented and well understood. It seems like the end all be all for laying to rest the very thought of FTL in the natural universe as we see it. Period. We are done with that idea.. forever. Impossible some have even said.

Considering how the scientific world's understanding of the universe has changed many times throughout human history, why is it wrong to think it'll happen again?
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While definitely interesting, what does it have to do with overclocking?

perhaps one of the scientists is a member here on OCN and overclocked the shuttle pc's cpu
    
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You know what's really amazing?

How NASA can send and recieve signals from an object millions of miles away, yet I still lose phone service when driving through the queens tunnel.
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Fascinating thread.

I can't understand why people think this type of news doesn't belong here...look at the debate this has stoked up.

If anything this will encourage the younger members to look into science, I know if I was younger it would have encouraged me
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Fascinating thread.

I can't understand why people think this type of news doesn't belong here...look at the debate this has stoked up.

If anything this will encourage the younger members to look into science, I know if I was younger it would have encouraged me
agreed,this is well worthy to be posted,however I think some of the views posted are slightly skewed with the thinking of the only here and now view of science and mathematcis
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You know what's really amazing?

How NASA can send and recieve signals from an object millions of miles away, yet I still lose phone service when driving through the queens tunnel.
Call up NASA and see how much their plan is
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Cosmic, interstellar tides... how I yearn to ride the waves out beyond the heliosphere.

...amazing...
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