Hazardous to space travellers, but run of the mill stuff for the mother universe obviously.
Wormholes and Warp Drives, really are the only possible scenarios that could present any possibilites for travelling such vast distances though, imo.
As we understand science and physics, in any case.
Speed and distance is obviously the barrier.
It's not inconceivable that the barrier could be broken though, because that's what civilisations tend to do as they progress: work through the barriers.
If there's any universal laws, I expect that Civilisations defining their snese of purpose by doing so, to be high on the list, tbh. And unaffected by the possibility of any changing, of physical laws, in differing parts of this universe, or indeed other spaces.
Has anyone got a suggestion for any good books on the subject of the universe etc? Not too much theory or too complex to understand, something in layman's terms.
The audio book pulp physics is ace, the reader is very monotone but relaxing and very interesting. Death by black hole is good too by neil degrasse tyson.
An edit of the conclusions of this program are on Youtube
We know virtually nothing, and any physicist who believe we're 'close' to knowing how the universe works is either massively stupid, or massively naive.
We don't even understand gravity. That's how much our knowledge of physics and space is lacking.
I absolutely love physics, and the universe, and more specifically UFOs.
I'll rep you for the OP as soon as I can - was excellent and I'm sure I'll be reading most of those pages thoroughly later As luck would have it though I'm going out in 5 minutes
One of the best conversations I had was a 4-hour long discussion on the probability of UFOs, and our tiny knowledge of space, with 3 professors of cosmology from America. I saw them in a coffee shop, and recognised one from a TV program I'd watch 2 days earlier. I'm stufying maths at uni, and my knowledge on the subject was TINY compared to theirs - but some of the ideas they opened my eyes too were, simply, phenomenal.
Too many 'mainstream' physicists and cosmologists refuse to think outside the box - but thinking outside the box is EXACTLY what nature, and the universe, does.
Are there aliens out there? 100% definately. Even if they're microscopic bacteria, there WILL be aliens.
Will there be other 'intelligent life'? Almost certainly.
Hell, you wanna try talking to someone who believes we're descended from an alien life form - that's a fun coversation to have. After all, it's just as plausible as us being 'created' by a celestial being
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