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Old May 30th 21, 11:19 PM posted to alt.astronomy
Whisper[_3_]
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Default Are We Alone ?

On 30/05/2021 11:57 pm, Porcospino wrote:
Il 2021-05-30, Whisper ha scritto:
On 30/05/2021 9:53 pm, Porcospino wrote:
On 2021-05-29, wrote:
From any inertial frame, absolutely nothing will ever be observed to
exceed c .

I never said otherwise. I am talking about time dilation, which is well
understood and accepted. From the point of view of an inertial observer
the time taken for the journey will be distance/speed (so it might be
several years to reach the nearest stars, ~200,000 years to cross the
Milky Way, 2.5 million years to Andromeda, etc.). But the time
experienced by the travelers who are moving near light speed can be
dramatically less, to the point that one could cross billions of light
years in what seemed decades.

So, physics actually does allow for travel anywhere in the universe
within a reasonable time (from the point of view of the traveler).




This is hands down the biggest horse**** I've ever read on the internet.
Congrats - quite an achievement.


Hilarious. So this is what a troll's defeat looks like.



Typing any conceivable nonsense into a keyboard doesn't count as fact.


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