Sounds bizarre, but I have to think about Ockham's Razor. It's slightly more believable (for me anyway) that the universe is endless than that there is an unseen wall that marks it's edge. Because I would ask: "Whats behind that wall?". Sure you can go in circles if the universe is bend into...
are we the only of our kind or is their more like us on other planets if so how come they haven’t connected with us
When you got something with small mass, shouldn't it orbit the closest something with big mass?
The Earth orbits the sun, the moon orbits the Earth. So, why, with just about the same proportions, don't pebbles orbit mountains?
Would the time it took them on the space ship be different from the time back here in earth? Why is that?
Because people think you are gutrock stupid when you ask Can you prove? but you have no idea why it's important
Supposedly everything in the universe pulls on everything else in the universe.
Is there any way to detect this? How can something on Earth affect something billions of light years away?
No = Never
1. No solid surface to walk on
4. Nuclear Radiation
If you live on a college campus you will see many hanging out of windows on Saturday night.
The world is an illusion of our mind, so in a way, yes it is kind of simulated, and only we can experience it, from our perspective. I believe in an eternal cycle. Big bang, big crunch, big bang.
I shall infer you are asking about Ursus americanus (American Black Bear).
The American Black Bear's diet is predominantly herbivorous. They do eat some insects and beetles. If they consume vertebrates it is usually as carrion. They are not active predators.
For most of the time American Black Bears are...
It's everywhere. Here in the UK when you walked through the woods in spring to autumn you constantly heard bird song. Now the woods are silent