posted on Sep, 22 2005 @ 11:05 AM
I just read an article in the past couple of days talking about a theory that the universe is expanding faster than the speed of light. What if alien
technology found a way to "grab" on to the edge and be pulled along at that speed. Kind of like Cosmic water skiing.
My best guess is that they don't come here very fast. A lot faster than what we currently go, but not all that fast in terms of getting from their
planet to ours in Seconds, hours, or days. I figure it may take them 10 years to get here, but if their life spans are equivalent to 5000 human
years, it may not seem like a very long time to them. It's all relative. We think a five minute drive is a quick drive, but say that to a fly whose
life span is measured in hours. (not that the fly would speak or anything)
We could go to the next galaxy if we lived 1000 years or 5000 years or there abouts with very little advancement in technology (other than fuel
Is there a theory about the universe being able to shrink or expand with influence that doesn't involve worm holes?