JacobNewton Posted January 17 Share Posted January 17 There was a time when most of the universe was an unexplored place. Today we have thanks to time machines, hubble telescopes etc, what it takes to have gleaned the depths of the known universe. You will say there is a lot to be discovered yet; but how much of those discoveries would make the progress of mankind a less futile objective? We have for example invented everything of practical importance there is to invent; the light bulb, facebook, the wheel, electricity etc. The human race appears to have stagnated in the annals of scientific discovery. Again, no doubt there are stuff out there to learn about science, like for example, how many toes does a virus on Mars have? How far does one have to walk from point A to point B on Pluto to obtain fresh water? Any possibilitity of setting up a restaurant on the moon? All these childish attempts at discovery, leave them to people like Trump to discover. But as far as science has progressed, havent we already run the course of novelty? -1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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