|QUOTE (Tyler @ Monday, Mar 26 2012, 22:13)|
Not sure what you mean by this to be honest, oyster. We already know how to find out what elements planets are made of, and planets are (usually) made of varying parts. We may have oxygen but we're a planet heavy in carbon, for instance.
With that attitude we wouldn't get anywhere. Curiosity and the need to find out is what fuels almost all scientists out there. Just accepting that you'll never know is the same thing as giving up.
I meant you won't live to travel through space in light speed.
Curiosity is a thing I'm not missing, but today's society just take's it out of me. Until the day that I get enough courage to show everyone the finger, I won't be studying physics (which is something I really want to do, by the way). It's happening right now, I'm studying Latin instead of Maths&Physics and I don't even know why. Anyway, this topic is not about me.
Now, I cannot wait for the day someone discovers something so incredible that it changes life as we know it.
Btw, oyster, you keep ignoring some laws that, well, are basic stuff that you learn on 7th grade.
Edited by Toup, 03 April 2012 - 06:30 PM.