posted on Apr, 1 2004 @ 04:16 PM
We have to accept the fact that as much as the scientists claim to understand the Universe, they really only understand a very small portion of it.
Our technological accomplishements are great but I don't think we have the know-how to carry out a real expedition. We equate all findings in the
Universe to Earth specific values. Is time the same on Mars as it is on Earth. Different orbital pattern, different rotational model. So I guess
the question is, does our scientific method apply to other planets.
Time is always the constant factor in most equations, but is the value of time the same for all planets?
I guess my whole point is that we as people are limited in our ability to research because we don't have the ability to think too far outside the
box. If different values appear in an experiment than what were predicted it is automaticly assumed than an error occured. Is that true, or is
something unknown influencing the results.
Science is not perfect.