As well you know Jizzer that is utter nonsense, but fair dues for effort. Like my "God Thoughts", it has a remote basis in fact but all rather tenuous.bazzaj wrote:Brilliant Bagster but the basis of some of your argument seems based around time.
There are scientists who will argue that it's simply a made up human concept to make sense of the universe.
Hence if there's no time you wouldn't get bored.
Have you ever seen a scale model of the Solar System? In the early 16th century, our old mate Copperknickers described the Sun as the centre of the Universe and he posited that the "perfect celestial spheres (the planets) circled it, literally, he thought their orbit was most likely perfect circles.
We may gulder at poor old Copernicus now, but compared to what had gone before, the guy was an "Einstein" but then again, Einstein didn't get things spot on either despite being commonly considered the epitome of genius.
You haven't seen a scale model of the Solar System by the way. One was "built" on a dry lake bed in Nevada in 2015. To scale with the earth represented by a marble, the model stretches to 7 miles, so nobody has seen it, just parts of it. Now that is pretty much a boggler when you realise that we are just an infinitesimally small speck in the grand scheme of things, surely Ould Beardie would have made his pet project somewhat more impressive?