The “man the life boats and head for the stars” answer to our present human dilemmas is simply delusional. We can and should explore space, but if we don’t get our act together here on this planet immediately, we’re dead – extinct: plain and simple. A recent book seems once again to miss that point […]
Egoless divine pride: the most glorious concept I have ever heard – from Tibetan Buddhism. The Uttara Tantra elaborates: There once was a prince, who lost his memory and forgot who he was. Lost in forgetfulness and confusion, he wandered aimlessly, and became a homeless beggar. Years later, a minister to the king came across […]
As a follow up to my post on the theory of relativity’s implications on the age of the universe and the nature of reality, I am pointing out something that has been bugging me for see time.
How did quasars get 33 billions years away from us in just 13.75 billion years since the big bang is said to have occurred when the god of randomness “created” the universe in violation of the 2nd law of thermodynamics?
Here are two links from Wikipedia as sources:
It is a bit harder to visualize and understand a dynamic
. . . → Read More: The Quantum Buddha’s Blog: Dan’s Estimation of the Age of the Universe
I’m writing this a week ago, but I’ll watch this again today as it is just that interesting.
Filed under: Science Tagged: Black Holes, Cosmology, Science, Speed of Light