Stating that something will be true in the far future is a logical fallacy because – for us – it is completely unprovable. Such a statement is not proof.
By the way, what’s with the attitude?
Perhaps that is the true reason for my question. I used to ponder infinity, reality, the universe, the multiverse, a creator, and more. When I realized that my intellect is too limited to be of any use, I pretty well gave it up.
I understand and agree. In regard to other places for inspiration, I find it in the faces of all children, especially my three granddaughters.
That’s exactly my thinking.
Unfortunately, though, humankind’s greatest periods of technological advancement usually occur as the result of conflict.
If you ever want to start an uproar, tell certain people the following: Evolution might be real. I have no way of knowing. However, I don’t think that the existing fossil record proves evolution. To me, it seems to prove a Theory of Species Extinction.
I agree, but, for me, the photos do not further that goal.
Each far impactful for me than the photos.
I agree with your points about the technological advances. For me, though, the photos teach me nothing about the history and origin of the universe. I need the words of the learned for that.
However, this much is true for me: The photos remind me of Twain’s superb “The Great Dark.”
I can definitely agree with all that you wrote, especially because I am well aware of the technological advances that we have seen since 1941. The photos, though – I will leave those to others.