Quote: Originally Posted by Sassa
i smell a hint of hostility. am i wrong?
i say that
because of personal experience. a few years ago, on a forum far far away, someone fired up the "age old question". it quickly turned into a wildfire argument of titanic proportions that resulted in 20+ consecutive banns. some of them high ranked members. i personally didnt 'get the axe' nor did i instigate the breakout. i was merely an observer to the chaos. i'd rather not see anyone get booted for the same thing, here. i have grown rather fond of this forum, and hope that it will continue with it's colorful characters, not ripping each others throats out, trying to prove themselves right in such a way. it just to much of a touchy subject for anyone to maintain a sturdy rational state.
i hope you can understand where im going with this (all of you). well then...
did anyone happen to catch that episodic series on the Discovery channel? *forgot name, googling* *cant find*. anyway, it was based on the theory that at one point, all of the mass in the universe was in one HUGE mass. that hit critical mass, blew up, and sent billions upon billions of particles through out space, which resulted in all the planets/ stars and such. it was a very intriguing story. i think it aired last summer. if i find it, i'll have to post it here.