ETOPS, I remember that Horizon, and watching 'Cosmos' on nights in the tower at EGCC, a splendid programme by someone who left us far too soon.
I remember reading about the 'Multiverse' thing in a book by Stephen Hawking about 4 years ago. At the time, it was postulated that there may be as many as 10 to the power of 500 'Universes'. A younger exwork colleague informs me there may be evidence that our own Universe is rotating. This of course throws up other questions such as:
Where is the axis of rotation? What is the speed of rotation, and has it been constant over time? Are all the other Universes rotating, and if so, are their axes aligned in the same direction as ours?
And if there are !0 to the power of 500 'Universes, that's ten, followed by 500 zeros........And each one is as big as ours.........They will take up a heck of a lot of space............But where is this space?.......And what is it's boundary?........and what is beyond that boundary?
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