why is this idiot claiming that the stars aren't prohibitively distant
because they aren't for our immortal AI robot cyborg offspring?
who is prohibiting it
>>14596233Because prohibitive is not the same thing as hard or challenging. All the technologies required are completely feasible to be developed. There's no sci-fi magic required.
>>14596233physics is boring and scifi makes for great clickbait, comments and spreadi.e. you, posting this
>>14596233It is more likely that we will achieve immortality in the next 30 years than FTL in the next 1,000 years.
We just need AI seeder ships like in Songs of a Distant Earth. EZ
>>14596794>i can't tell the difference between my comic books and irl, i have no critical thinking ability whatsoever
>>14596233What is "prohibitively distant"? With an Orion generation ship we could probably do it if we considered with worth 80% of government spending.
>>14596813I dont really care what a pseud like you thinks. The OP is a shitpost so Im posting accordingly.
>>14596233He believes in string theory and a bunch of other non sense.
>>14596813Fantastic inference anon, that's exactly what he meant and you in no way grossly misinterpreted anything.
>>14597008String theory isn't nonsense.
>>14596683>achieve immortality>get on ship>spend 1000 years going to a star>on the way run into aliens>have sex with many various alien women from many alien species>marry a catwoman>continue journey to planet>get there>still be immortallife enjoyed, thoroughly.>live on cool planet
>>14598689string theory doesn't even operate on reality. In order to get any of that bullshit to work you need to operate on a fake universe with a negative cosmological constant.
>>14598689String theory is the pinnacle of professional mathematical masturbators pretending to be physicists. Zero real word predictions since its inception, string theory failed the test of time miserably.
>>14599423>>14599498Ok the big brains whats the universe made out of then
>>14596233The nearest ones aren't. We'll get the technology needed one day if we don't destroy ourselves by then.But 99.999999% of the universe is and will forever be inaccessible.
>>14599806Mostly random structures which overtime tend to form temporary ordered forms, especially after huge energetic events. My point is that it's irrelevant, and even if you wanted to find meaning underneath the huge mess that reality is, string theory is definitely not gonna help.Why? It doesn't matter, it's just your brain looking for distractions. Have sex.
>>14599861>Mostly random structures which overtime tend to form temporary ordered forms, especially after huge energetic eventOk cool, Is there a name for this so I can read more about this angle
>>14599806>he NEEDS to know what the universe is made ofthis is the first fallacy
>>14596683I wouldn't get my hopes up for FTL anon, FTL fundamentally violate causality.https://youtu.be/an0M-wcHw5A
>>14600313he's talking about quantum field theory i think, it's kind of hard to tell
>>14596456>All the technologies required are completely feasible to be developednot really. it's fun to think about but execution isnt the same as theory. for example we have solar system radiation AND interstellar radiation to contend with if you want to ignore the distance/time aspect
>>14601392all of which were covered in his last video and neither radiation is a problem.
>>14601392you can shield from radiation you knowjust put some mass there
>comic bookish science fiction is real>i know because i saw a social media influencer on youtube say socommon sentiment
>>14599423>>14599498brainlets detectedST is a great brainlet filter because it takes high intelligence to even begin to understand it and why it is the only viable approach to "theory of everything"
>>14601692how can it be the only viable approach to a theory of everything when it's actually demonstrably not viable thoughthat seems like a contradiction