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Posted by Human I. Scientist. on December 15, 1998 04:29:48 UTC

Laws of physica dont allow to universe exist. Laws a phychist make views, and theoryes, to possibilityes universe shapes, borns, etc. Of cource at space, can exist many 'universes', planets, etc. We dont know, what is size it. Human's has just 'few thousands year' wondering, what is space. Just few tenth years wondering what space is? So we are just beginning at this work. Like small baby, who just start to speak. Our knows is growing, like cone, and we are starting to make this cone. Astronomy give tools, how to look space. Main problem is long distances, and we dont have equipments, many hundred years to fly, other planets. So only way, is to try communicate, radiowaves or light-signals, to other livings, to other planets. Of cource it is possible, that we done nothing. We dont know it. Physics has one problem, to solve space-born story. Physics cannot measure smallest matter part, because measuring unit is made matter, if we want to measure smallest part behaving, etc. measuring equipments must be smaller. Atom-theory has one step. Qvarks, second. Third, who knows? Evolution at earth is one small part of bigger space-evolution. It is mystery. Nice mystery. Human.

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