as background and header, here, where about 23 images were animated by Marvel Studios (used here non-commercially for academic purposes) to form an auto-play loop of a scene in motion: i hedged in superimposing any text on the gif, because the gif makes it dizzying to read the text, i’m just happy with my gif and song — i’m all form and no substance — and i don’t want you to read this, because i speak bleak, so don’t read it na lang. (if you’re going to read, that’s your decision, i don’t recommend it)
This gif illustrates the theory that space and time can be folded up.
When i said the other day (Conversations with a Millennial at:
) that all this was theoretical, what i meant was: It was never going to be completed within our lifetime, nor the lifetime of our children or grandchildren. Because if our species had succeeded (in building a “wormhole”, an artificial blackhole that could fold up space and time), they would have been able to come back and “travel” across time, but they didn’t : NOTHING.
Not even an email from the future. Kahit man lang radio signals or text or an instagram post from the future…Nothing. Our species never made it. That’s okay, it’s a thousand years from now and we have 50 to 100 years apiece to live, so no worries 🙂 hwag mo problemahin ang hindi mo problema. i’m just gibberishng for the WordPress Discovery Challenge post don’t mind me 🙂