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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by lwd, Jul 1, 2008.
1) Why were we put on this earth?
2) What happens to us after death?
2. i could care less about the first one. as long as im alive i can answer that one for myself
That's what's bugging you? Seriously?
I guess I'm shallow, but I would rather know:
Who really killed Pres. John F. Kennedy?
What size dress did J. Edgar Hoover wear?
Who killed Jimmy Hoffa and where is he buried?
Quid about The Real Killer in the OJ Simpson case?
What is the airspeed of a laden swallow?
I already know the answer to both of these.
I would want to know definitively whether superluminal propulsion is within the realm of physical possibility.
Maybe. But we must realize that time itself is a theoretical axiom. And that cosmic events don't happen based on our concept of "time". That is , I assume you're talking about time travel.
I would like to know how the universe came to be.
Ok , lemme try again. Traveling faster than the speed of light? Would require high energy output , and probably some highly unstable fuel.
Now you're cookin' with gas.
Yea that sounds pretty ballsy. 186,000+ mph a second if I remember correctly. Do we even know of any meterials that could withstand that kind of stress or handle the combustion necessary to create that type of thrust?
What do you mean, African or European swallow? :biggrin1:
Thats what i would ask too. The other questions will be answered without asking.
"why do we speak different languages if we all came from the same place?"
or something in that vein.
but NJ has some good ones. I'd like to know about Jack the Ripper and Marilyn Monroe myself.
and then there's
"how many licks does it take to get to the centre of a tootsie pop?"
i always lose count.
My one question would have to be
"Will there ever be another Dynasty reunion" ?
What is the sound of one human clapping... when there is nobody in the woods to hear them
I would hope the answer to either is the answer for both but given only one selection it would be the latter
You forgot to put think I between I and already in your sentence.
That one was answered when the first tape recorder was invented. :smile:
Or if my grannie is all alone in an empty house and she falls down the stairs......
......does she make a noise?
Does God have a big willy?