posted on Feb, 6 2012 @ 10:47 PM
How long have they been there?
How many planets have lasted, only to die off without any evidence that they were even there? Or, that intelligent life just like us faded away into
non existence over thousands of years?
Can our scientist really say anything from this unknown planet? Will we as a species even begin to understand what goes on around those stars, or the
planets they sustain?
Who are we to determine the laws of the universe?
Who are we, as such a young species living on an unknown planet, to say how all those stars formed?
Nothing. We know very little of what we would like to boast. Is there a Supreme Artist, who watches over all of them -- maybe. Did all of this come
from nothing -- maybe. We will never understand, nor comprehend, the universe.
No Carl Sagans or Hawkins will ever understand the laws or structures of what is out there; the earthly rules of physics need not apply. As of right
now, their theories mean absolutley nothing to the universe; as time slips on, the human race, and all our "glory", will fade away like everything
edit on 6-2-2012 by Chalupas because: (no reason given)