Hi All, I stumbled across these forums while googling for peoples thoughts on this question. I see that this similar question has be asked before some years ago, and I wanted to get current opinions and ideas on the following. I wonder about this and many of the mysteries we seem to create for ourselves about the Earth during humans history, about how we have thought to have known "things" (e.g. the Earth is flat, the Earth is the centre of the solar system, everything on Earth is made of the four elements fire, earth, water and air. Being a time before we knew about atoms etc), however there is always someone that is willing to ask how or why and challenge the status quo. Even though at the time it seems insurmountable that an answer might be found. It has me perplexed though as to whether humans will ever reach a point were we will not be able to comprehend or understand parts or all of the universe. Even though we still desire and search for the answers. Will we ever know how the universe was created? Will humans be able to survive that long? Sorry if I have not posted correctly, I hope that you may forgive as this is my first post to these forums. I am by no means any kind of scientist nor do I have an education in physics, rather I am simply interested in these areas of question and the answers that science provides us. I look forward to discussing with people their thoughts and ideas on this... Regards, Shano.