Discussion in 'Astronomy, Exobiology, & Cosmology' started by Xmo1, Jul 12, 2018.
what the universe looked like - Shouldn't that get a little more network broadcasting time?
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What are you talking about?
"more" ... than what? Than it's getting now?
Is this an if/then statement without the "then"...."If the whole would population knew what the universe looked like"...?
If all green apples were suddenly red. Shouldn't we know more about this?
If Spring comes after Winter. I want to know more.
Topic for discussion...if everyone goes to the beach this weekend...discuss.
Yeah. What Seattle said.
The survey's of the universe, both macro and micro, have unfolded the a visual universe.
The scientific community in the United States has a scalable visual representation of the universe. So from subparticles to Earth, and from Earth to eventual future. I think, to a conglomerate of black holes into a singularity that eventually evaporates due to a lack of input. That's a long time from now.
I'm thinking a 20 minute movie should do it. Broadcast it worldwide. Here's the universe folks.
Can they send individual posts to pseudoscience?
Anyone with YouTube could view such a movie now.
Why would it need broadcast time if the whole world already knew?
I wouldn't waste 20 minutes on that. Who cares?
I grew up with a limited view of space. It was the astronauts and 2D mostly. Nothing like growing up now at all. The range of knowledge seems to have widened significantly. Telescope platforms, and Atomic microscopes, and youtube are going to cause a lot of people to rethink civilization.
When I posted I was thinking half the world population have no knowledge of the visual universe. Point to a star, and they seldom can tell you what it is. I think we should be quick to share the information with them.
Problem is, that's not due to a lack of knowledge; it's due to a lack of interest.
A lot of that rethinking is in the direction of stupid.
When people look upwards into the sky at night, that's the universe out there in real life. That's what it looks like (to the naked eye at least).
Most of the universe is empty space, isn't it? So before it would start to look like anything besides blackness, you would have to monkey with the scale, reducing the distance between stars.
I've seen those powers of ten things, that expand (or shrink) the field of view by 10X each time. I remember a science teacher showing me one of those in high-school many decades ago. They are pretty cool, I certainly liked it. Looking back on it, they weren't entirely to scale. When the scale expanded to the orbit of Mars, I think Mars was depicted too large so that it would show up better.
I'm not sure what effect it would have. I don't recall it having any big transformative effect on the kids in my high-school science class. I've always remembered it though.
some people "want to know" for scientific discovery
some people "want to know they already know" for personal ego/cults/religions etc...
do not expect a conservatist capitalist to entertain the distribution of 'science as knowledge to increase intellectual minds'.
they are quite the reverse.
The ESO GAIA Milky Way image is so impressive. Seeing it, and knowing that this is what the universe, by extension, is after connecting it to everything else like the Boss Great Wall is a picture of the universe that has never been realized until now in human history. This must influence the psyche of human beings, and again by extension, the fabric of social systems around the world. It's going to be transformative to look at the extremely small and the extremely big all in one sitting at this scale and scope. It's like the invention of photography, or the discovery of electricity. It hasn't happened overnight, but there it is.
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