They say the universe started with a big bang... but you can't have something just appearing out of nothing. Therefore, the universe can't have a beginning - and yet must do (because it exists). A paradox.
Similarly, if the universe is expanding (like they say it is), what is it expanding into? And whatever that is, what is on the other side of THAT? Therefore, the universe must go on forever... and yet can't do (everything has an end or edge). Another paradox.
Both of these paradoxes suggest the universe shouldn't exist. Its existence doesn't make sense.
Well surely then, the only logical conclusion is that it DOESN'T exist?!
It's either a figment of our imagination... or a purposely created virtual reality?
I appreciate this last bit isn't a new idea (The Matrix) - but how else do you explain the two paradoxes?
I hope someone can answer soon as I'm off to the Royal Observatory at Greenwich to watch a couple of shows about space and I don't want it to be a waste of time!
They just don't create anything... and don't really protect the back 4 much either. The Bishop for Sears substitution I was calling for 20 mins before it happened... and one of the first things Bishop did was have a shot cleared off the line. Chalobah flatters to deceive, Skuse looked rusty, Judge looks skilful, but again rusty.
And we're still giving away too many daft free kicks in dangerous areas by diving in.
Forget about the top story - it's basically what it says in the title. What you need are the comments. We're talking people who dress up as horses for sex thrills and a mad girlfriend who baked all of a guys beans. Literally (not a euphemism).
Apparently we are being run by Saturn... which sounds a bit like Satan... and the moon is an amplifier that amplifies the frequency of Saturn's rings, which in turn creates the false reality we live in. And Madonna is in on it.
So says David Icke. And he has all the evidence! THIS is what the internet was made for...
There's always free drinks on Fridays... but never Ghost Ship. So I was surprised to see an alcohol free one in the ice bucket, and of course had to sample after the proper one's raved about so much on here.
It's alright. Quite nice. Pale and fruity... not quite as tasty as Brewdog Nanny State though. That's still king of the alcohol free beers from what I've tried.
Elder - pacy and got forward quickly and with intent... but had vanished a few times when it came to defending, much like Spence does. Pennington wasn't great but I got the impression a few times that was due to having to cover for the AWOL Elder.
Keane - didn't have a lot of time but looked to have very good close control and also fairly quick (in thought and feet). Made a few positive runs and also held the ball up well in order to bring others into play a couple of times. Promising.
Neither world beaters but potential in both, which is the best we can hope for I guess. I think both did well under the circumstances (thown into a new and struggling team).
We do seem to have a crop of really good kids coming through, and the four academy products starting today looked excellent. I've been critical of Kenlock in the past but I thought he was very good today. i think this lot, with more experience under their belts, stand us in good stead for League 1.
Where to go for my first alcoholic drink in a year. It needs to be fairly epic (but not quite as epic as say Australia) because I need a good ending for the book (might have mentioned I'm writing a book about it).
Anyway, myself and my work wife are planning a road trip for that first drink/ending of the book. We've narrowed it down to;
Oban in Scotland - remote distillery on an island, for a fine whisky. Bushmills in NI - whiskey at the oldest distillery in the world. Wine in Paris. Beer in Amsterdam.
The first two fit the epicness best... but I'm more of a beer man than a whisk(e)y drinker.
What do you reckon out of these? Or is there something else you'd throw into the ring?
Gav tries to fix the summer update in time for summer. Drama as Phil runs out of Hobnobs. Rommers behind the scenes at uni as he smashes modules. The excitement when Glassers sees a potential anti-Corbyn story... then Mr Bean style hilarity as he opens his laptop too quickly and sends his dinner flying. We cut between Callis selecting veggies in a very sedate vegan shop... to a horrible screamy 'music' gig. Cut to an early morning train where Lucan has just cracked open his first beer of the day. Meanwhile J2 is in the kitchen...
The possibilities are endless. I'm sure you have your own...