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  • Let’s see if I get this right.

    No computer no matter how great it is could ever do all the calculations that the universe has created since it was born – if it was born.

    Then there’s the theory that the universe is alive just as you and I are but with a vast amount of information that we could never grasp. That universe in turn through black holes gives birth to other universes with parts or maybe all the different types of matter we have in this one.

    There was no singularity. Instead two branes (as in membranes) smacked together which in turn created this place or space we live in.

    A proton can decide where it is when and only when it is measured; and is in fact both a wave and a particle.

    The universe is in fact an illusion and we are the painter (how odd).

    Please, someone turn off the television or at least put “Honey Boo Boo” back on!!! Science is driving me mad as I sit and try to understand. And right now I really think Morgan Freeman is out to get me. Either that or the Cern collider is inside my head spinning my atoms into mush.

    I need to find a nice park and sit on a bench and read a romance. But then….was that a tree falling making waves? Or did I just pull a tree out of my head and then kill it?
    We cannot forget nutrinos. Little buggers that zip right through us on a constant basis; can you imagine what it would feel like if they were to bite just once every third zip. (Ouch, ouch…ugh – I must have fleas) Of course, they were there before the big bang…if the big bang really was….or wasn’t?!?

    Magnetrons are special you know…the weight of our galaxy squished down till it the size of Manhattan and when it zings out waves of radiation it can light up most of the universe for just a moment as it takes away all forms of life (no wonder GACT those tiny buggers that make up our DNA) hang on to comets and asteroids for dear life while they shoot past a gamma ray burst.
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