Re: FWD: End of Universe in 10 trillion years

Michael Lorrey (
Thu, 16 Jan 1997 17:19:49 -0500

Alexander Chislenko wrote:
> I think this is irrelevant to humans, as we will either
> die out long before that, or will figure out how to change
> the physics of the universe (Or somebody else will do it).
> In any case, much less than in 10 billion years either
> humans, or Universe will change beyond recognition.
> Or maybe, we'll build other Universes and emigrate.
> When will we see something like that discussed in a press
> conference?
When PhD theorists are willing to publish such speculation, and are
supported by the institutions which fund them. Conventional science is
like a construction company building a causeway across deep water. They
take it one foot at a time. Any lunatic with wild ideas like building a
boat, or a floating bridge, or even FLYING, is resoundingly beat up by
his fellow bulldozer dudes or even tossed off the dike.

Michael Lorrey ------------------------------------------------------------ President Northstar Technologies Agent Inventor of the Lorrey Drive

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