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Do you believe humankind will ever venture into space on the scale of things we see in shows like like Dr Who or will it prove to be an impossible dream or one that becomes impossible because we have slowly ground ourselves out of existence?
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I hope we find a way to deep deep space so that we can ease the congestion here. Of course billions of people already are confident of space travel and time travel IF they obey a few rules.
There are already people who believe we are in "end time" and it makes them happy. And I suppose there are stand up comics making jokes about it all. Or perhaps not.
Enjoy the remaining weeks of your existence and be kind.
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