What If…

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If I theorize an outcome that comes to pass in say, 1000, 2000, 3000 years but, no one remembers or even knew I did, does it matter? That’s where I would like to start with a theory that began coalescing one night as I was going to bed. I put on a BBC documentary, as I do and it happened to be in regards to the multiverse theory. I’ve written things in the past posing the question, “What if we are the first technologically advanced species in the universe and if we are, doesn’t that make space exploration all the more important?”.
The longer our species survives into the future, the more likely it is that anything and everything we can imagine will come to pass. Settlements on the Moon, on Mars, a space station circling Jupiter, faster than light travel, traveling to other galaxies? None of it is impossible as long as we’re able to persist. The truth of the matter is, the only thing that can stop us is ourselves, well that and an asteroid strike or some other cosmic event.
[To Be Continued]

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