Yes. There is almost no gravity on the moon. Astronauts there threw rocks into outer space, so they surely could jump off the moon. And there IS wind on the moon- those lunar landing videos show the flag moving from the wind.
Well done, Rachael. I was taken in.
It's been argued that wave function collapse requires the involvement of an "intelligent observer", but wouldn't that imply that either nothing existed before humans came into being or that there has been some form of intelligent life since the Big Bang?
Depends on exactly when you are talking about. For about half of every month, the Moon gets closer to the Earth. Then for the other half of the month, it gets further away. The swing is about plus or minus 21,400 kilometers.
I know you shouldn't trust people on the internet but a lot of people say they have time travelled on certain forums. Are they telling the truth or just lying? And is time travel real?
So far as we're able to detect... it did not exist prior to the Big Bang.
When the Sun decides to give up the ghost and become a Red Giant it will expand considerably and is likely to consume Earth
I very much doubt there will be any human life on the planet in 4.5 billion years time. They will be destroyed by a disaster such as a giant asteroid slamming into it, there will be a natural...
When beggars die there are no comets seen.
The heavens themselves blaze forth the death of princes.
No. Comets have had a tendency to arouse superstitions in the superstitious. But I tend to be just stitious. (Like Michael Scott)