The universe is boundless. There are no walls, no place for it to end. It's impossible to grasp the concept of infinite space, to me at least, but the reverse also makes no sense. If there were walls, an end, that nothing could possibly go past, it makes no sense for there to be absolutely nothing past there. Both of these concepts make your mind want to implode, amirite?
It would be difficult to stay in shape in space, because the lack of gravity would make sit-ups, push-ups, weightlifting, running, etc. largely ineffective. Couple that with technology performing more and more of our daily tasks, and we may just end up like the blob people in Wall-E, amirite?
The feeling of weightlessness seems like a major perk of living in a potential civilian space station... until you start thinking about people sneezing, babies spitting up, and other bodily functions going awry. Zero-g has lost some of its allure, amirite?
The Voyager Golden Record is a phonograph record containing various sounds and images intended to portray life on Earth for any life form that may intercept it in the distant future. It includes spoken greetings in 59 languages, 21 natural "sounds of Earth," 27 musical selections, a brainwave recording, and 116 pictures of people, places, inventions, and diagrams. It is interesting to think about how all of Earth and humanity has been dwindled down to this, our last remaining relic, amirite?
Whether the Universe is Endless or if it has an Edge. Either of the Two outcomes would blow your mind just the same. You just can't fathom Infinity nor can you think about an Edge to the Universe. Your mind feels slightly numb when you think about it. amirite?
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