Commentator Mark Davis says we should:
This week is a perfect time to stoke the dormant embers of the wonder we once felt. A vehicle crafted by human hands has just left the solar system after visiting Pluto, sending us crisp photographs of a world 3 billion miles away. Just 50 short years ago, we had never sent anything out of Earth orbit.
But on a sunny morning in Florida 46 years ago this week, three Americans left our world to set foot on another. I was 11 for the launch of Apollo 11. Neil Armstrong’s July 20, 1969 footprint on the moon’s Sea of Tranquillity was in the middle of my summer between sixth and seventh grade. More.
I remember those times too. Science was about doing stuff, not imagining stuff.
I’d sure rather explore the universe than the multiverse. At least we know the universe exists somewhere outside our own minds.
For why the multiverse probably exists only in our minds, go here. Hint: Why did it need to be true in the first place?
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