|Rating(1-10)||Knowledgeability = 8||Clarity of Response = 10||Politeness = 10|
|Comment||Thank you very much Mr.Rangutan, you have given me a new knowledge, that I did not know before that "we are not in the center where the big-bang occurred", but also I still confused a little bit, about this information, and the others frequencies which I think still having almost a same speed of light, then it cannot exceed it and arrived at us before the light, Ok “we can see the start of a car long after it happened because there is smoking rubber (afterglow) on the asphalt ” but in space it is different and after at least 13 billion years old how this remains still there, if we imagine also that this remains give us its signals or we just cross it after this period of time, but before that, this remains was a part of us, we belong to a same start, a same big bang, and if we imagine that we can travel to the start point of universe now, it will be at least 28 years old, and the question is, could all the remains be find at the point of beginning. I will write you and to Mr. Kenneth the next time about other questions, and I agree with you about warped space, but who knows perhaps our physics is not as perfect as we think, and you are funny thanks a lot. Billel BOUZIDI|
I can answer most questions about the past, present and future space missions. As a hobby since the 1969 Moon Landing, I have been watching and studying space travel and have many resources and theories concerning the future. I have visited NASA many times and have communication with ESA. I have developed a new theory as to what gravity is, mainly that tachyons (bosons) are radiating beyond the speed of light from black-holes and it is those waves when hitting material, causing the material to be heavy or "appear" to attract each other. This is why the universe is expanding.
Hobby but I would give 5 years of my salary to travel in space for just a few days!
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BSc (Bachaelor of Science)
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