Monday, February 09, 2009

Gordon Brown is Hologram Shock

It's true, unfortunately so are you. Also space-time is fuzzy/grainy. Talk about stating the obvious.


  1. Thanks for this steer - great NS article. But can anyone explain this: the cosmos has a horizon too - the boundary from beyond which light has not had time to reach us in the 13.7-billion-year lifespan of the universe.

    Does this mean that there is light beyond the edge of the universe's lifespan?

    I think I have missed some cosmological fundamental...

  2. I'm not even going to pretend i understood a word of that article.

  3. Far more information than the last article I read on this subject. Should this be found to be true it could open up some interesting future possibilities for space travel close to the speed of light.

  4. Ah, Mr Bond, what a pleasant surprise. I see you have failed to appreciate that a quantum of time is the Planck length divided by the speed of light. Your death, Mr Bond, will be rather less ... precisely measured. Oddjob, prepare the shark pool!