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Comment Re:Why? (Score 2, Insightful) 386

hi there. very interesting point. didn't occur to me. but i did think about it after your post.

don't you think that you should also extend exploration three-dimensionally if our age increases? in other words won't we have new planets and stars and asteroids to go around ; just not plain dull cities on the earth.

personally i think we will always have curiosity. the argument that things become dull is akin to the famous statements that everything that has to be invented has been [by some patent office officiando in the late 1800's]

human curiosity is infinite. if we don't get something tangible/physical to look we have enough brains to evolve virtual complex worlds [think math formulae, matrix etc] in our tiny little minds

thanks

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