posted on May, 9 2013 @ 07:47 PM
Originally posted by Subterranean13
Originally posted by extraterrestrialentity
reply to post by operation mindcrime
Once again, that is not possible. The supernova in the other thread is expected to happen in the future, the supernova in this thread has already
Your opinion on whether or not they are the same supernovas is irrelevant. You can be pretty sure that they are the same, but the fact is that the two
supernovas occurred at different times (both supernovas have already occurred billions of years ago, so the term "occurred" is applicable here).
Your opinion is irrelevent, they are the same. You should lose the arrogance when you don't have a clue what your talking about.
If the two supernovas occurred at different times, that member's opinion would be irrelevant. However, yes, my opinion is now irreverent as I have
been proven wrong.
And if you think that is arrogance, then you shouldn't be on this site. I was simply stating a fact; if two supernovas occur at different times, they
are clearly not the same, and so his opinion would be irrelevant. I was also persuading the member to give me evidence or proof, instead of
If you think question asking is arrogance, then maybe you don't belong here.