We have the science but not the technology to travel to the Centauri binary stars 4.2 light years away. The science is in using a solar sail to propel the starship about 1/4 light speed for most of the journey. The rest is accelerating and then decelerating.
At a steady all the way 1/4 light speed it would take...
A Fossil is what remains of something that once lived
Evolution got beyond the Assexual reproduction
In most cases
To be fair Sexual reproduction curtails Overbreeding
If so, could we ever find a way to contact them?
When I laid my head on the pillow last night I started thinking about Space.
Something I love is the question of why we go further in the past the more through space we go.
I started thinking what if the question isn't how far does the Universe go - rather what if it just takes you more and more in the past...
No, algebra is not necessary in everyday home life.
(I am a math teacher telling you my honest answer.)
But school teaches you skills you will use in a job. Many (but not all) jobs use algebra. You will never need. to do a chemistry equation or dissect a frog or recite the Magna Carta or analyze a Shakespeare poem...
23rd Dec 2018 ??
As far as I know that is going to be a busy day for stores on account of Christmas shopping.
Nothing is happening black hole wise. - At least nothing within this solar system.
my math question is:
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