What if humans originally lived on another dying planet and had advanced their technology to the point where they could locate other inhabitable planets to colonize, but all the original knowledge was wiped out over time through disasters on Earth?
Is it possible for a fish to drown?
If you go from 1 to infinity you have an infinite amount of numbers. If you go from 10 to infinity, you also have an infinite amount of numbers, even though there should be 9 less numbers. So there’s an infinite number of infinities, none of which are equal to each other.
Time goes infinitely forwards and backwards.
Light weighs more than shadow. So how is weight related to mass, gravity and push?
What if when you broke an atom down to its tiniest level, you ended up at the outermost part of the universe?
Since you can halve distances infinitely, you should never really be able to reach a destination or touch anything.
Numbers aren’t so much points as they are markers of the space relative to other numbers.
Imaginary numbers are cooler than imaginary friends.
If death is a process and not an instantaneous event, and there is a short amount of consciousness after a mortal event, does that mean that the near-death and back-from-the-dead experiences people relate to us are merely dreams?
If it takes at least 10,000 hours to master anything, then I am a master dreamer.
What if there was an entire set of creatures co-existing with us that had a life span and reactive ability so quick that they outpace the speed of light exponentially, and we have absolutely no way of perceiving that they even exist?
If we connected all of humanity’s neurons together in a safe and healthy way, would we be the same person sharing a multitude of thoughts? Would the mentally unstable and the geniuses even out the massive input and make a single, perceivable consciousness?
Why can’t I sleep?