I’m at the airport, about to fly to Jordan. I don’t have time to write a super long article today but I’ll be coming out with Israel travel posts tomorrow.
A few months back, I wrote a letter to Neil de Grasse Tyson, to which I received no reply. Of course, I understand, he’s a busy man. Nonetheless, I thought I’d share it with you 🙂
Dear Mr. de Grasse Tyson,
What if the universe is only able to host one intellectual and technological society at a time? Similar to the loch ness monster or a phoenix. There can only be one at a time, and the new is reborn from the old one’s ashes. The universe is infinitely large and simultaneously newly formed and ancient. At the royal observatory in London, I learned that there are more Earth-like planets than the total heartbeats of every human to have ever lived on earth. Does this necessarily mean that they all have to coexist at once? There could be 12 or 300 earth like planets hosting life at one time or maybe just one. It takes ages to form and brilliantly dies at the end of its cycle. Any truth to this theory?
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