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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Pseudohobbit, Apr 21, 2021.
They're all good. Well, they were good......
You're a joker, you're a joker you're an all day toker......
Interesting story about the Fair Warning sessions in Sunset Sound studio.
While driving around I've notice the sun through the clouds. Now it looks like the sun is shining right through that cloud formation. The problem with that is if you went 200 mile away the sun would be about the same position in the sky. That's why some people think our reality is a simulation drawn into for every person like a video game. I believe our real reality is out of our human bodies. This reality could be a simulation to test, teach and punish people. I don't buy this guy's explanation of Crepuscular Rays. If the sun was (it isn't) 93 million miles away the rays would be all at the same angle.
If you wanna rock n roll....
I'm remembering al the times I was talking on the phone to Northern Virginia (Near Washington DC) from Southern Arizona.
"It's completely dark there? Wow, the sun is still pretty high in the sky here. We've got a long time before sunset." (3 hours)
If time stops for anything traveling the speed of light, then would it be safe to say that the light that left a galaxy 13.4 billion years ago was not affected by time, and that if you were the light itself, that by your own perception of time, you would have been seen by Earth at the same instant that you left your galaxy? So is that why light can remain intact for so long... because it doesn't age?
Kind of... It isn't that you would see earth "in an instant". There is no instant. You would see earth, and everything else together. Past, present, and future all before you enjoined. Not at the same time, because there is no time. They just are. Now that is just if time has "stopped". But light really is still moving at 186,000 miles per second. So time slows but doesn't come to a stop. In this case it's like the matrix. You (as light) would see everything else moving in super duper, boringly slow motion. Bullets fired from a gun would just be suspended in air, moving only slightly in what seems to you to be an eternity.
The Gov't has more control as long as we are distracted by these types of disagreement.
*pokes head in*....aw, party time is over.
Well, to those unfortunate souls who wander in here, I can sum this thread up with this statement:
I tried, NASA lied, people sighed.
And some brain cells died
In my church we dance and sing.
More like Jeebus...
...and a tater got fried.
And I let it slide
That isn't entirely true...
CDC study shows 74% of people infected in Massachusetts Covid outbreak were fully vaccinated (cnbc.com)
....some of us came close to committing psychedelicide.