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  1. I was bored so I was looking at the Astronomy Picture of the Day Archive like I do daily (is this scary?) and I came up with this.

    161,070,894,897,267,241,801,200 Miles from one end of the universe to the other. (Figured as age of the Universe as 13.7 billion years old.)

    670,616,629.4 Speed of light in hours

    8,765.81277 Hours in a year

    240,183,269,898,000 Trip time in hours going the speed of light.

    27,400,000,000 Years on the trip

    342,500,000 Life Times (If life span is 80 years)

    EEK!

    I may have calculated this wrong of course, it's 2:30 am and I'm tired.

    Close, not even? Just something to think about anyway.

    KOD!

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    2. exp(x)

      exp(x)

      Pft, folding space is much more efficient.

    3. rf`

      rf`

      exp(x) said:

      Pft, folding space is much more efficient.

      Be sure to have plenty of spice.

    4. Quast

      Quast

      sgtcrispy said:

      one end of the universe to the other

      that's assuming there is some kind of tangable spacetime boundary somewhere

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