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They can measure the expansion of the universe and how long it would have taken from singularity.

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you can't prove OR disprove it, that was my point all along

 

a best guess based on our current understanding of science and math is still just a total guess

 

doofus #1 - "hey i'm looking out into space and making some calculations and i say the universe was created 13 billion years ago"

doofus #2 - "better make it 13.7 so it doesn't look like such a rounded guess"

I looked it up, and it's actually 13.772 billion years old, with an uncertainty of 59 million years either way.

 

Another interesting tidbit is our galaxy(the milky way) is not as it was originally either, it's the result of the collision of two galaxies  that merged into our current spiral shape.

 

Some of the best images ever of our galaxy and beyond were taken by the hubble, I would reccomend checking out the "hubble deep space images" as well as a wonderful shot of Orion that actually shows new stars forming out of massive clouds of gas and dust(it's happening right now, new stars being born), they're spectacular.



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time-100-influential-photos-nasa-pillars

 

If you look closely you will see little prominances , each of which is a new star being formed, 4 or 5 billion ears from now some of these could harbor a solar system similar to ours.



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This is the hubble deep field, they aimed it at a part of space they perceived as empty, it revealed literally millions and billions of previously unknown galaxies stretching off into near infinity.



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What’s to keep us from being wiped out from a meteor same as the dinosaur did?

I'm a lead farmer mthrfvcker!!!


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We'll destroy the planet before a meteor does.



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How crazy is it that dinosaurs roamed the earth for 350 Million years? What did they do for 350 million years? Eat, shit and sleep? What a waste of a planet and for that fvcking long...

How long have we been here line 65.000 years? Drop in the bucket compared to dinosaurs.....

I say the Man is no longer within 200yrs and AI takes over for millions of years before the world finally explodes

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why would anyone believe pictures from the hubbell telescope?

 

nasa can't even show a consistent picture of the earth

 

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What’s to keep us from being wiped out from a meteor same as the dinosaur did?

Nothing, only luck for now, we have no way to stop them at present.



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why would anyone believe pictures from the hubbell telescope?

 

nasa can't even show a consistent picture of the earth

 

how-big-is-america-nasa-outlined.jpg

 

Got original photos of those, Mike?  Or do you believe memes over NASA?



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We'll destroy the planet before a meteor does.

I tell you what monkey, these fuckers here are like ants staring up at a skyscraper, they have no clue.



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why would anyone believe pictures from the hubbell telescope?

 

nasa can't even show a consistent picture of the earth

 

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Here's your explanation...

 

 

You can try this at home if you have a globe.






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