Comment on The Great Empty Nothing to Fear

vicente Fri, Dec 14, 2007
Our telescopes are looking farther and farther into space, and the farther we look, the younger the universe we are observing, since light takes so long to travel the span. So in essence, we're looking at something close to an infancy of everything. Sort of how we look at the sun, and we THINK we are looking at it, but in actuality, we're looking at an 8-minute-old image of what the sun was. So I guess, in reality, when you're sitting across from your friend, there's still a microcosmic gap between what you are perceiving and what is really there. Hug them next time to close the gap...