Just like alligators. It was all a really clever way to sneak in something educational.
My daughter has it on DVD, I end up watching it at least every other month.
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22-06-2012, 18:30 #51
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25-06-2012, 08:41 #52
Universe expanded shortly after the big bang by creating new space, not by moving.
07-08-2012, 00:41 #53
Humanity is still making progress.
(this is the Curiosity rover captured by a sattelite orbiting mars, shortly before it's landing)
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07-08-2012, 01:20 #54
The prevailing theory now, based on recent scientific evidence, is that the Universe is expanding at an accelerating rate due either to that elusive stuff, dark energy, or some misunderstandings about gravity itself.
It will apparently not slow down and fall back toward the center--what is known as the Big Crunch--as was previously suspected, enabling the Universe to Big Bang itself all over again, every so many billions of years like clockwork. No.
Instead, maybe it will continue to expand, faster and faster, in a process called The Big Rip. Galaxies will fly so far apart that they will redshift into invisibility. The universe, the night skies, will become dark. Then individual stars, planets, humans, molecules, atoms...everything will fly apart and annihilate itself as the density of matter in the universe becomes too weak to sustain gravity. This might take around 22 billion years.
The most prevailing conjecture is the heat death of the Universe, or the Big Freeze. Hypothetically, as the Universe expands, all matter will eventually cool down to absolute zero. No more stars will be born, all suns will eventually burn all their fuel, light itself will become a distant memory. Even black holes will evaporate over time until nothing remains but a complete state of maximum entropy where there are no gradients of any sort capable of sustaining information processing. Meaning, no life, no nothing. Just cold, dark space. But trillions of years away, many many trillions of trillions!
Nothing lasts forever.mv
07-08-2012, 01:21 #55
So, what you're saying is, at a certain point in the future, we'll be able to sneak into locker rooms to watch other people change?
07-08-2012, 02:03 #56
07-08-2012, 02:20 #57
07-08-2012, 03:13 #58Blinkie Ponie Armie [BPA] :: The Order of Dii [Dii]
07-08-2012, 03:54 #59
If I could be invisible, I would sneak into the Olympics. Specifically, the Wrestling locker rooms. Happy?
07-08-2012, 03:58 #60
But they would be invisible too!Blinkie Ponie Armie [BPA] :: The Order of Dii [Dii]