In Search of The Origin – IV

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  1. August 29, 2014

    […] as we have discussed in our previous articles on the subject (In Search of The Origin), the logical reasoning process demands that the ‘Laws of the Universe’ must have to […]

  2. October 18, 2014

    […] The next planetary system closest to Earth is the Proxima Centauri solar system: Proxima Centuri is the nearest star to the Sun. It is 4.23 light-years (41 trillion km, or 25.3 trillion miles) away. In terms of interstellar travel a spacecraft, moving at  60,000 kilometer (37,000 miles) per hour, would achieve the travel in several tens of thousands of years – to be more concise, a journey to Proxima Centauri would take around 80,000 years – Provided, of course, we could solves the problem of energy/fuel for the propulsion of the spaceship to maintain and sustain this speed in the first place. [For more in-depth information on the subject, you may like to read  In Search of The Origin – IV ] […]