Ok I have these wierd little bursts of insights now and again and I really think its a neat gift. Its allowed me to study and learn about so really out there stuff.<br /><br />This thought came to me and been wrapping my mind around it, and I am at the moment at my peak in my creativity (otherwise being &%$#@!faced drunk) and i completely dumbfounded myself and friends when I asked this question.<br /><br />Being as Im not capable of researching this on my on due to my near incapacitation. Here it goes.<br /><br />Ahem.<br /><br /><br />If the sun were to explode, would you feel the gravitational impact on the Earth’s orbit before you saw the explosion eight minutes later? <br /> <br />Why i asked this one. Only one of my mates knew what the hell I was talking about.<br /><br />Why are the two major theories in physics<br />one dealing with stars and galaxies, <br />the other with atoms and subatomic particles, <br />both proved time and time again—mutually incompatible? <br /><br />Then the last one...<br /><br />Why is it with anything swirling around something else...be it flushing a toliet or a planet orbiting a star is the orbits more distant travel slower and the orbits closer travel faster around the star.<br /><br />But with stars orbiting galaxies...all the little start move at about exactly the same speed relative to each other should they be at the core or on the rim of the galaxy.