Title says what I'm thinking
@Praise Satin, neat
@Praise Satin, even when he's not commenting he still gets top comment through other users
@Praise Satin, I was thinking kamahemeha wave and idk why
Things like these make me realize this is exactly why time travel wouldn't work on earth. You'd have to know coordinates to exactly where and when our planet was located and if you were traveling back to the past to that exact spot in space you'd die from the vacuum unless you had a suit you brought with you.
@Warm Buttery Toast, assuming that the "time" of the object is parallel and directly correspondent in some way to the "space" of that object. Which isn't necessarily true
@Warm Buttery Toast, I have an idea that we can "time travel" within our minds like just recalling our memories. This could be why we have deja Vu and see glimpses of the futures. First stages would be only seeing things relevant to your time but since all humans are connected we would probably access our ancestors memories given enough time. This would also mean time is already set in stone and that the future has already (for lack of better terms) ran it's course. Again I go back to the deja vu part because we shouldn't be able to see anything in the future if it hasn't happened yet.
@Warm Buttery Toast, and traveling through time body and all would just be traveling through other demensions because our time would be already set in stone so we couldn't change it, or maybe time has already taken in account for us traveling in time (if we get to that point) and to us we changed something but from the perspective of time that was always going to happen.
@Pharaoh, dig the theory dude
@Pharaoh, basically morphogenic field theory. If you played Zeros Escape you'll know what I'm talking about
@Warm Buttery Toast, if time even exists. The concept and idea of it is purely abstract created by man.
@SquishyAssMilk, lol not at all. We've made abstract concepts of it like days and years, but in its purest form, time is essentially a statement of the thermodynamic law of entropy. A system tends to higher and higher entropy which can be seen as a monodirectional arrow of time. It can also be represented as the causal relationship of events (an effect has a cause that preceded it). Time is by no means an abstract concept.
@Pharaoh, but deja vu isn't seeing the future or reliving an event. It's a bug that occurs in the brain where long term memory and the immediate senses are confused leading to a feeling of having experienced something already. It has nothing to do with time.
@Warm Buttery Toast, an important thing to note is there is no absolute zero of movement because movement is relative. So even of you knew the coordinates of where the earth was, what are those coordinates relative to?
@HammerOfHerertics, well maybe remote viewing or idk unpredictable precognition maybe be better ways of describing it lol but deja vu to the common person is what people who have had that happen would describe it. Scientist reject it because they can't fully explain it. However majority of people can tell you that they had like a dream where the events of that dream later happened the next day.
@Pharaoh, (For the religious) It also works from an religious view because God says he is all knowing and knows everything that will happen which for that to be true in our natural world time would have to be predetermined.
@Pharaoh, I think time travel is imposible for now, there's to many variables
@Pharaoh, something something Assassin's Creed something something something....
If you haven't seen COSMOS: A Spacetime Odyssey I highly recomend it. It's both visually and intellectually stimulating and quite the ride through history, time and space. And its on Netflix.
@Shaboigan94, I actually didn't really like it all that much.
Your opinion differs from mine! Downvote!
@HammerOfHerertics, I love it , I am waiting for the second season !!!
False. The sun isn't moving perpendicular to the solar systems rotational plane.
@LilahBellamy, lol right!! We should've saying that all the time
Anybody can make this model is called Universe Sandbox and it's on Steam.
@Coach Jones, they've actually made a sequel but it doesn't have that particular one
When my post go into uncut
This model is incorrect actually.
@Usmovers, not just scale wise.
It's actually less accurate because scaling, but the real question remains....
Is there Pluto?
Im in love with a shooting star...
It's cool but the proportions of the planets sizes and distances are way off. But I don't blame the creator because I don't think that is what they were going for.
@Blooreguard Q Kazoo, but is there Pluto?
Since when is the sun moving ?
@benderama, The sun has been moving around our galaxy, which itself has been moving away from the center of the universe, for 4.5 billion years.
I thought it was gonna spell out "Send Nudes" or fly in the shape of dickbutt.
Where's your mom then?
*plays shooting star song*
"URANUS... WORLD.... SHAAAAKKKIIINNNG!"
False the sun should be orbiting too. The other planets gravity pulls on it
@stevebons, the amount that soleil is pulled toward the other planets is muted by the speed it orbits within the galaxy
@SqurtieMan, actually the sun orbits the center of mass in the solar system called a barycenter, barycenters are vital to finding planets in other solar systems so I know it exists 🙃
Waiter! There's some Vsauce in my funnyism!
No! This animation implies that the solar systems orbits are perpendicular to the galactic plane. They aren't. They are more or less exactly parallel.
But isn't the sun just sitting there, possibly spinning in 1 place?