So maybe we’ve all been sucked into a black hole, but our data remains at the edge and projects itself in the form we currently believe we’re in?
I can’t even think of a “Star Trek” episode that was a complicated as that. But then, there’s another believe in physics and every possible existence we could have had, has or will happen somewhere in the universe.
So let’s take this a step further. If we are the data remnants on the edge of a black hole, then that should mean that, like numbers, when different data interact, you get a different result. And if that’s the case, the result in our “existence” could very possibly be the many worlds result of quantum mechanics.
Yeah, that’s a stretch. But I’m on the edge of a black hole, so what else should I be thinking about?
That’s a simpler way of explaining it. But there, there’s the theory that the universe talks to young white women:
Now that just makes no fuckin’ sense.
Biology takes an early lead. Via XKCD.
This chart is self explanatory, but does it bother anyone else that the Brits have nuked the American West a couple of dozen times (click to enlarge, via Know More)?
Time to see what life was like 100 years ago. Just when people were figuring out the newfangled power source, electricity:
The technology doesn’t surprise me as much as some guy picking up a stranger on the street and leading him to a house to look at his electrical gadgets. What a weird pickup line.
Anything to make trips more efficient is great, but my last delay wasn’t caused by air traffic. It was because the brakes on my plane weren’t responding correctly. The flight was delayed an hour before we were put on another plane.
We were always told that there were enough nuclear weapons to destroy the world multiple times over. But then we went off and had those nuclear arms talks that the conservatives were all freaked out about, and now, we don’t even have enough to destroy 1 percent of the world.
Those peaceniks. Always trying to save the world from itself.
So what are we going to do about it?